Towards a gender balanced culture

Impro-Labo® - Interactive theatre

Masculine traits, thinking patterns and values are still dominant in the culture of the vast majority of companies and organisations. At the same time, more and more highly educated women are finding their way into the workforce, creating a more feminine culture that claims its place.


Does that mean it is time to take the "battle of the sexes" to the next level? Or has the era of the "gender balanced culture" in which masculine and feminine elements complement each other finally arrived?

With the help of sketches, multiple choice questions and debate, we will take stock of the situation together with the participants and work on the road ahead.

First of all, we will look at the meaning of the terms masculine and feminine. Both energies can be found in men and women. We assign concrete qualities to them and challenge the audience to an intuitive self-analysis.

Vervolgens focussen we op de verschillende niveaus waarop we bewust kunnen werken aan een gebalanceerde cultuur:

  • At organisational level: management culture and reward system.
    What elements are used as a basis for evaluations?
    How does the organisation deal with work/life balance of its employees?
  • At team level: working together.
    On the basis of what elements does a team take decisions?
    What does the feedback culture look like?
    And how does one deal with sharing information?
  • At the individual level: your inner gender balance.
    How masculine or feminine are you?
    Do you give both sides of yourself the necessary space?
    Or do you tip the scales to one side?

For each topic, we ask the audience about the state of affairs in their own organisation: how balanced are we actually? And what specifically needs to change to bring the various aspects more in balance?

A cutting-edge performance that, without avoiding contradictions, results in greater support for a culture in which masculine and feminine qualities reinforce each other.


  • Performed by 3 actors
  • For all employees of an organization
  • Up to 60 participants
  • Duration: 1h30
  • Technical sheet on request

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