Posts Tagged ‘male advocates’

Engaging Men in Women’s Leadership and Advancement

To bring systemic change, bring the men onboard, IWLC speaker says Jeffery Halter spoke at the Iowa Women Lead Change – Central Iowa Conference in Des Moines earlier this month. He headlined a breakout session for men on how to be allies and advocates and gave the afternoon keynote, “Why Women – The Leadership Imperative…

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3 Ways to Engage Men in Gender Equality

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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The Leadership Imperative to Advancing Women and Engaging Men

Podcast – School for Startups Radio Recently, I sat down with Jim Beach, host of AMFM247 Radio’s School of Startups for Radio to talk about the leadership imperative to advance women and engage men in the process. To listen to the interview/podcast click below: To achieve gender equity companies must review their strategy, culture and the role…

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Learn – One of the Four Things Your Company Needs to do to Advance Women (Part 2 of 4)

Men, it’s time to learn in order to understand the evolving workplace. Men owe it to themselves, their companies, employees, shareholders and their daughters to do a better job in advocating for women. – Jeffery Tobias Halter Recent headlines have set the stage for more companies to have the difficult and challenging conversations about the inequalities and…

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Hey Guys, Here’s How You Can Advance Women

HER magazine interview with Jeffery Tobias Halter on male advocates and advancing women

Every day, an estimated 10,000 baby boomers are retiring. The incoming talent pool of millennials with advanced education is made up of more women than men. Not only are women highly qualified for jobs, they also make up the overwhelming majority of a household’s purchasing decisions. And yet, “companies still treat women like a niche,” says Jeffery Tobias Halter, formerly…

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