Do you know what an ally is? Do you know how to be a better colleague and leader for women at work? Do you know why all of this matters for well-being, talent recruitment/retention, and performance?
The first step to successful male allyship is education, which includes “unlearning” as much as acquiring new information. Because the concept is new and the process is not always easy, we’ve designed a novel, evidence-based training to arm potential allies with the knowledge and skills to be successful.
Across four sessions, participants will learn relevant facts and figures, how to identify (often subtle) bias and problematic defaults, reflect on their relevant motivation and experiences, acknowledge their potential fears and responsibilities, and practice how to implement these soft skills via hard practice.
Watch the video on the course's website (link below) to learn more about allyship, why it is important for businesses, and what you can do to become an ally.
This course aims to contribute to the recognition and promotion of male allyship as a powerful tool to foster greater gender equity in the workplace.
We welcome working men and people who identify as men who are interested in learning about gender equity and motivated to better understand what they can do in their organizations.
Blended Learning (Online and on site). One virtual self-paced Session (2 hr.) and half day on site (6 hr.). It includes an education part, groups discussions and practical activities. All learning materials and refreshments during breaks are covered.
By participating in this evidence-based program you will have the opportunity to improve your knowledge and awareness on diversity and inclusion as well as develop skills to interrupt gender bias and support aspiring female leaders.
For more information or questions, please contact Eugenia Bajet Mestre, Programme Manager and Research Assistant: eugenia.bajetmestrestudent.unisgch
With 15+ years of experience across 4 continents, Asst. Prof. Dr. Jamie Gloor is an award-winning speaker, teacher, and scholar, most recently winning the Latsis Prize for the top scholar under age 40 at HSG. Her research is featured in Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Harvard Business Review, and The New York Times. She and her team craft courses, articles, workshops, and keynotes spanning management, economics, and psychology on the topics of diversity, leadership, humor…and more.
11 janvier 2024 – 15h14