ALLYSHIP AT WORK: GENDER EQUITY
The conversations around gender equity in the workforce have led us to a pivotal moment early in the twenty-first century. We've entered an era of opportunity to effectively engage men as allies in the effort. Men have a more important role than ever in the advancement of gender equity in the workforce.
In partnership with organizational behavior scientist, Dr. Victoria Mattingly, our solution, GLASS KICKERS, is the ultimate multi-stage program to help your organization experience breakthroughs in productivity, performance, and engagement that extend far beyond the learning environment.
GLASS KICKERS is not your usual training, course, or workshop!
Measurable ROI and Impact on D&I
Better Attract and Retain More Underrepresented Groups
Inclusive of Majority Groups to Reduce Concern Over D&I Initiatives
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YOUR ORGANIZATION SHOULD INVEST IN A COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR-BASED GENDER-EQUITY PROGRAM TODAY
Because of gender conflict dynamics in the workplace, organizations like yours are not currently realizing the full capability of their workforce, resulting in unreached market potential.
POST #METOO workplace
In a post #MeToo world, many men are unsure about how to interact with female employees. As a result, women are being left out of crucial conversations that shape the future of the business...and their career trajectory also stalls as a consequence.
Toxic masculinity still permeates organizational cultures, especially in tech and start-ups. Engagement and retention suffer as a result.
THE ROLE OF MALE LEADERS
Men often do not see themselves as part of workplace gender equity initiatives. As a result, many diversity and inclusion efforts fail because the majority of the workforce is not involved.
A multi-stage allyship training that first meets women and men where they’re at before bringing them together and giving them the tools to engage in allyship.
Throughout this dynamic, bias-uncovering, assumption challenging program, each participant encounters opportunities to immediately apply the theories and lessons to their respective workgroups.
It's time to bust the glass ceiling and kick some glass!