3 Tips to Hone Your Allyship Skills

Advocating for Women of Color / Honing Your Allyship Skills A recent issue of Diversity Woman Magazine featured a poignant reminder that improving gender diversity for all women isn’t a simple one-size-fits-all solution. Rather, making the workplace better for women of color must be intentional and inclusive. As I’ve mentioned in prior posts, the Women in…

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Can We Advance Women Without Men?

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Only 14 percent of companies are doing Allyship Training.  Yes, you read that right – just 14 percent! This finding in the 2021 McKinsey Women in the Workforce report is discouraging because we will never obtain long-term systemic advancement for women without engaging male allies in the workplace. With men in roughly 75 percent of company leadership roles, we…

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Win(e)d Down Wednesdays – A DEI Podcast

Win(e)d Down Wednesday with Jeffery Tobias Halter and Amanda Hammett

Calendar Some Win(e)d — Down Time Introducing Win(e)d Down Wednesdays — a podcast with Jeffery Tobias Halter and Amanda Hammett — a contemporary discussion on advocacy, inclusion and your role in driving change. Join them with your favorite wind-down beverage of choice. Your podcast hosts have created a brave and welcoming space for much-needed DEI…

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Cultivating Active Male Allyship

Since men still represent 75 percent of leadership of the 423 companies McKinsey surveyed, it's a given that we will never drive long-term systemic advancement for women without active male allyship.  If you're unsure where to start, take a minute to explore the first module of my virtual series, Why Women The Leadership Imperative, and consider these questions (or discuss them at your next staff meeting):

The One Thing You Need to do to Advance Women in Your Organization. The 2021 LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company Women in the Workplace study was recently released. The one thing leaders, BRGs and allies need to do is read it, internalize it and take action. It contains more than 50 pages of facts, data and actions designed…

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Mother’s Day 2021: How Can We Celebrate Differently?

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This Mother’s Day commit to becoming an advocate Mother’s Day in the United States was established in the early 19th century as an annual holiday celebrated on the second Sunday in May. According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, the day is a widely observed national holiday to “recognize and appreciate mothers’ roles in our lives. Often this…

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Men Choosing to Challenge Gender Inequality

The Power Shift Podcast Episode 4: Men Choosing to Challenge Gender Inequality with Jeffery Tobias Halter

The Power Shift Podcast Recently, Jeffery Tobias Halter sat down for an interview with Dr. Sharon Melnick for her Power Shift podcast to talk about men choosing to challenge gender inequality in the workplace. The Power Shift podcast is all about redefining the idea of “power” and how we use it for good, not with the traditional…

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Gender Equity, Gender Pay Gap, and Corporate America

GENDER EQUITY, WAGE GAPS, AND CORPORATE AMERICA GUEST: JEFFERY TOBIAS HALTER

Gender Equity, Gender Pay Gap, and Corporate America YWomen, President, Jeffery Tobias Halter was a guest on the Breaking Glass podcast with host/interviewer Sabrina Merage Naim and producer Kassia Binkowski (@breakingglasspod #BreakingGlass) to talk about gender equity and the need for gender advocates. Breaking Glass is a new narrative for women around the world. It…

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