What You Don’t Know About Gender Inequality (And What To Do About It)
Periodically, I blog for MARC (Men Advocating Real Change). Here is my piece for Women’s History Monday and International Women’s Day.
Male engagement is critical to driving long-term advancement for women. I actually believe that upwards of 30% of leaders want to support women’s advancement. The challenge is giving them tangible actions they can take to demonstrate advocacy.
Male Champions of Change outlined three simple things men can do to advance women: listen, learn, and lead. In my work I have found these to be great foundational principles, but I believe there needs to be a fourth element: have the will. Read more. .