Father of Daughters

Men: This Mother’s Day Become an Advocate for Women

What a difference a year makes. For the past couple of years, I’ve been saying that women’s advancement is stuck and the needle isn’t moving. Well, the needle may be stuck, but women’s voices are rising. In January we witnessed record-setting crowds for the Women’s March and while the headlines aren’t always positive, women’s issues…

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This Father’s Day Give Your Daughter A Gift

It’s time for more men to advocate for women in the workplace. Women’s advancement is stuck. A sense of urgency will never take place until fathers of daughters realize the responsibility they have to be change agents. We can talk about the business case, strategies and talent initiatives but without a personal connection, men will…

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Male Engagement, Advancing Women…and My Red Pumps.

Jeffery Tobias Halter TEDx Talk   I was thrilled when I was invited to give a TED talk on the need for male engagement in advancing women at the TEDxCentennialParkWomen 2015 in Atlanta. I knew that this was a great opportunity to ignite a real conversation. I also knew it needed to be poignant, provocative and shake…

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Join the Father of a Daughter Corporate Challenge

10 things men are doing to support their daughters and advocate for women in the workplace. My Father of a Daughter Initiative is off to an extraordinary start. Last week it was picked up by Huffington Post after getting 11,000+ views on LinkedIn. And this week we are launching the Father of a Daughter Corporate…

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10 Simple Things Fathers of a Daughter can do to Advocate for Women

This Father’s Day Give Your Daughter A Gift Women’s leadership advancement is stuck. Real change with a sense of urgency will never take place until fathers of daughters realize the responsibility they have to be change agents. We can talk about the business case, strategies and talent initiatives and even tying compensation to gender goals…

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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…

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