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MALE ALLIES RESOURCES

Whether the men in your business are business leaders wanting to challenge themselves to think and behave in a more inclusive way, or they are just starting out in their careers and want to understand how they can cultivate their role as a male ally, we’ve created a toolkit of practical advice and inspirational role models to guide them. 

ON DEMAND WEBINARS

Male allys

14:00 18/11/2021

This on-demand webinar focusses on the work being done by men to bring about gender equality, and look at what more needs to be done to improve gender relations in the workplace, at home and in society.

male mental health

15:30 16/11/2021

This on-demand session will explores the idea of toxic masculinity and the cultural pressures for men to behave in a certain way, and discuss practical biohacks — everyday measures that can be taken to support male mental health.

IN DISCUSSION WITH MALE ALLIES

Miles Barr

From Google to WhatsApp, the tech leader explains why diverse teams are always better, and how men must play a role in organisational inclusivity.

Diversity and inclusion

Head of Diversity and Inclusion for M&G, Mark McLane has led conversations at board level around diversity and inclusion for over 20 years. 

Everywoman award winners on how to be a male ally

19th November is International Men’s Day. To celebrate we caught up with some of everywoman’s award-winning male allies, to see what advice they would give to men who want to improve D&I in their organisation.

FURTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

 

Explore the research-identified traits of inclusive leaders and how you can build a culture where everyone can thrive.

What is the new Modern Masculinity? How can we make the shift towards it and why is it so important in the corporate world? We spoke to Gabriel Martín, Managing Director at Accenture in Madrid about his passion for equality and inclusion in the workplace, the shift that he has seen in recent months towards a new modern masculinity and what we can all be doing to engage more Male Agents of Change

Do women really care less about power and money than men? Are men really more career hungry than women? Explore reality and myth.

Discover more from everywoman

everywomanReview

In this issue, we highlight six key reasons we should all feel optimistic about the future of work. We hope you’ll find it a refreshing read.    

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Our quarterly publication, everywomanReview explores the latest thinking in the world of gender diversity and inclusion.

Our personal development tool, bringing together women who are working to fulfill a rewarding career

We offer both corporate and individual membership options for the everywomanNetwork, our global platform for professional women and male allies.