Gender Conversation QuickStarters – A Staff Meeting in a Box. In November 2016 I launched Gender Conversation QuickStarters to encourage and facilitate meaningful conversations in the workplace between men and women. My objective was to create a staff meeting in a box to foster opportunities for men and women to discuss the different experiences they…

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Male Allies, Champions and Advocates I’m often asked for tips encourage more men to show up as male allies and advocates. Here is a recent piece I wrote for the Network of Executive Women blog that outlines three tips to engage men as champions and advocates. Men, ask yourselves: What is my response when I hear…

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It’s often said that you can’t be what you can’t see. That goes for our daughters and sons. On Thursday, April 26, millions of workplaces, employees, parents and children will participate in the Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® program. For 25 years, Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work has inspired kids to…

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How do you find men who believe in and advocate for Gender Equity? With the #MeToo, #TimesUp and #MentorHer movements in the daily news and national conversation, many men are asking, “What can I do to better support women and demonstrate my advocacy for female colleagues?” Gender equity in the workplace continues to be framed…

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To celebrate Women’s History Month, Julie Kratz, Founder of Pivot Point, interviewed Jeffery Tobias Halter for their podcast series on how male allies support women for gender equality. Jeffery is a gender strategist and the President of YWomen, a strategic consulting company focused on engaging men in women’s leadership advancement. As former Director of Diversity Strategy…

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If you see something, say something.

If you see something, say something. I am often asked for simple things men can do to demonstrate advocacy for advancing women. One of the most important first steps is to just speak up when you see a problem. Fast food chain Burger King recently created a public service announcement called “Bullying Junior” that sheds…

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