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We were completing this week’s newsletter on the topic, How Women Create Greater Equality in the World but then we had to pause. Let us explain.
Based on our work with male allies, a key way that women drive change is by sharing their experiences and talking with the men in their lives about gender and inequality (of any kind).
With only two months left until the most consequential election of our lifetimes, there are a few simple things that every one of us can do to support Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in our country and in our workplaces.
It’s post Labor Day when so many of us start thinking about new priorities after the summer, even when it’s been a summer like no other. We recognize that we remain in a time of great uncertainty yet we make plans for moving forward the best we can.
In our work with men, we observe shifts in their thinking and perspective as they become engaged in diversity work and learn about gender-related issues that many women confront in the workplace. We’re excited to kick off a series of short videos highlighting important mindset shifts that characterize men’s journeys.
Last week we launched GenderWorks’ video series on Mindset Shifts for Men along their male ally journeys. The 1st mindset shift we featured highlighted men moving FROM seeing individual stories of women confronting gender-related challenges as isolated incidents TO seeing the systemic nature of workplace inequality for women.
Last week we highlighted the 2nd mindset shift men make when they move FROM thinking about gender as a women’s issue and move TO understanding how men and masculinity are a critical part of the gender conversation.
Last week we highlighted the 3rd mindset shift men make when they move FROM a passive TO a more active approach to supporting equality.