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5 Ways to Prioritize Diversity & Inclusion at Work

A manager’s role is to build a high-performing team, which by definition is a diverse team. For a host of reasons, many highly qualified people–including people from certain cultures, ethnicity, countries, women, introverts–don’t actively put themselves forward for assignments or recognition. Consider these five steps for your own workplace…

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Male Allies: 6 Ways to Be an Ally To Women at Work

Note from Rania: Rachana Bhide, Global Talent Lead: Bloomberg Engineering and a news presenter for Bloomberg Radio London founded The Corner of the Court, a website for women share positive experiences with male allies to encourage more men to play a visible and active role in the way they work and lead with women. She shared with […]

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3 Women That Every Male Leader Should Know

3 Women Every Male Leader Should Know gender parity Rania Anderson

Savvy business leaders now know what the research reveals: everyone wins when a company and its leadership achieves gender parity. They also know that to get there, you have to change how you work in partnership with women. Three leading women experts are challenging the way we’ve traditionally thought about and addressed this topic. Elisabeth Kelan, PhD, Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, […]

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Don’t Rescue Women: Be a Reciprocal Mentor

How and Why Men Should Mentor Women.

When women are mentored by men, they make more money, receive more promotions, and report greater satisfaction with their career trajectories. As importantly, cross-gender reciprocal mentorship relationships are also beneficial for men’s careers. For both men and women to benefit, you’ll need to change the standard approach of a mentor being an all-knowing guru who dispenses […]

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Male Mentors Still Key to Success of Female Founders

Most of us can recount a meal or meeting with a colleague or boss that was game-changing for our career. For much of our careers, women have been in such a minority, that male mentors were likely to be…

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The Case for Including White Men in the Corporate Diversity Discussion

Ernst & Young LLP’s October 2017 survey, “EY Studies Race, Gender and Exclusion at Work,” was an attempt to study different demographic groups’ sense of “belonging” and see if respondents have felt personally excluded at work, and why. The study included a sample size of more than 1,000 full-time employed U.S. Americans. Researchers found that […]

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Men, Listen Up to Understand the Evolving Workplace

“When men are ready to become advocates for women, they want to start by ‘Leading.’ In reality…the first step is to ‘Listen.’” – Recent Fortune 500 Keynote, Jeffery Tobias Halter Men, it’s time to listen up in order to understand the evolving workplace. Most organizations are seeking solutions on how to attract, retain and advance women. […]

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2 Male Influencers All Men Should Know

justin baldoni

Do you know these men? They are engaging men in new ways and are turning the gender conversation on its head. They are broadening the narrow definition of “manhood” and challenging the traditional role of men in the workplace. They are fighting hard against bias and telling other men to not withdraw, but step out and […]

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“That’s What She Said” Book Review & Key Insights

Joanne Lipman That's What She Said book review The Way WoMen Work Rania Anderson

In Joanne Lipman’s new book, That’s What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together, she share this quote from Dr. Brian Welle, Director of People Analytics at Google: If people believe that everyone around them is fighting against their biases, stereotypes and prejudices, they will do […]

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Your Guide to Workplace Interactions in the #MeToo Era

how to navigate the workplace in a #metoo environment

A male leader recently shared with me that during an external meeting a couple of people, who work for other companies, were using excessive profanity. He felt it was inappropriate and the language made him uncomfortable. He thought that it was also likely that it was offensive others, including a female colleague. So he spoke […]

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