Jilea Hemmings CEO & Co-Founder of Best Tyme wrote series on how diversity can increase a company’s bottom line. Jeffery Tobias Halter was interviewed as part of this series. He shared his backstory, new projects and how diversity impacts a company’s top and bottom line. Here’s a snippet from the interview: Hemmings: Can you share the top five…

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#MeToo Tipping Point Flash Point Three Things best in class companies are doing to advance women

The three things best-in-class companies are doing to advance women and what that means in the fight against sexual harassment. Earlier this year, I wrote about Women at the Tipping Point. More than 500,000 women had just marched on Washington, demanding that their voices be heard. Over the past year, I have spoken at or attended more…

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Jeffery Tobias Halter interview with Holly Dowling

When Holly Dowling invited me to be a guest on her Celebration of You blog/podcast, I knew that we would have plenty of topics to discuss and that we’d create future opportunities to collaborate. Our first podcast centers around gender equality, male allies, fathers of daughters and what a gender strategist does. Here’s the teaser from her…

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Jeffery Tobias Halter on why most unconscious bias training doesn't work

Why Unconscious Gender Bias Training is Essential Will your company be the next Google or Uber? What are you doing to drive real change and an understanding of diversity and inclusion deep into middle management and throughout your organization? It is truly a tale of two strategies, the companies that are doing it well and the companies that are…

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Google

Why your diversity and unconscious bias training is failing. Google made headlines over the weekend when a 10-page manifesto released by a white male engineer about his beliefs on meritocracy and the shortcomings of Google’s diversity and unconscious bias training efforts went viral. His essay suggests that the company encourage ideological rather than gender diversity and argues that…

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Jeffery Tobias Halter YWomen Gender Conversation QuickStarters Newsletter

We’re at a tipping point. Early in your career, you are taught never to discuss religion, sex or politics in the workplace – ever! Today, things are shifting and your political affiliation, gender, and women’s issues are being talked about on a daily basis. Conversations are taking place from Washington D.C. to Silicon Valley and…

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Jeffery Tobias Halter 3 things companies need to do to advance women

During the past month, I have been fortunate to attend a number of events focused on breakthrough initiatives companies are implementing to advance women. The first was the 2017 Colloquium on Global Diversity with 50 major multinational companies, the second was the 2017 Catalyst Awards Conference and Dinner where 3M and Rockwell Automation were honored…

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The BOSS Magazine - Jeffery Tobias Halter gender diversity in the workplace

Laura Close, Managing Editor @BOSSNewsNetwork interviewed me about gender diversity in the workplace, the war for talent, changing demographics of the American workforce and the need to have meaningful conversations in the workplace to address these issues for the March issue of the magazine. We had a wide-ranging discussion to read the full interview click here.

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Forbes Jeffery Tobias Halter gender equality in the workplace

Jeffery Tobias Halter is a white man who says he can teach women how to teach men about gender equality in the workplace. I know, I’m also skeptical about a man standing up for women. Isn’t that just another way to reinforce the norm of male leadership? But I’m also a pragmatist. So if he’s advancing…

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Chicago Woman interview with Jeffery Tobias Halter

Are you ready to start powerful conversations in the workplace about gender, diversity and equality? Many organizations struggle with how to effectively communicate the difference in experiences that men and women are having on the job and in the workplace.   “In working with a variety of professional women’s associations, women’s employee resource groups and…

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