Celebrating the Legacy of a Male Feminist: Dave Goldberg

By now we have all heard the sad news this week of the passing of Dave Goldberg, the chief executive of SurveyMonkey and Sheryl Sandberg’s husband.

Goldberg, 47, died unexpectedly Friday, after sustaining severe head injuries after falling off a treadmill, while on vacation with his family in Mexico. 

As tributes poured in from Silicon Valley for the accomplished executive, he was remembered fondly . . .

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Learn More: WHY WOMEN – Sneak Peek

My book launches on April 21st and I couldn’t be more excited. 
As you know, women’s leadership advancement in most organizations is stuck and I need your help and support to change the conversation.
I wrote WHY WOMEN The Leadership Imperative to Advance Women and Engage Men to ignite powerful conversations in companies and create a true sense of urgency to . . .

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Confession: Why I Wrote WHY WOMEN

Jeffery Tobias Halter’s book WHY WOMEN – The Leadership Imperative to Advancing Women and Engaging Men will be available April 21 on Amazon.

I’m frequently asked, what are you hoping to achieve with your book WHY WOMEN – what are your goals? I wrote this book is to generate powerful conversations and drive a sense of urgency to change organizational conversations . . .

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Memo To Men: Just Do It for Your Daughter

More and more, organizations are realizing the importance of male engagement in their efforts to advance their women’s leadership initiatives. Simply stated, women will never obtain gender parity without the active advocacy of men.

The business case for women’s leadership is an easy one — women are the primary consumers of everything we sell. The challenge: most organizations perceive talk about the business . . .

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