Thanks to the 50 men and women who have taken part in this Men for Inclusion Workshop…
Mark.Freed / 06 Feb 2023
Study after study has shown how a more inclusive workplace benefits everyone - Many men are now realising that, far from being a threat, inclusion and inclusive organisations actually benefit them personally as well. Along with happier, more successful workplaces, inclusion creates better health and wellbeing outcomes.
By freeing some men from the “straightjacket” of conforming to outdated male stereotypes, inclusion enhances opportunity and choice.
Not all men feel this way, though. Many of them feel threatened by these changes and actively resist them. Others are simply passive, thinking
that inclusion has little or nothing to do with them.
Men for Inclusion have kicked off the New Year by delivering a number of impactful workshops to our clients, where we implemented our ADUCE Methodology to:
- Build Awareness of different lived experiences, accidental sexisms that happen in the workplace, and relative advantage
- Help people to build an additional Desire to drive change by building a personal case
- Workshop ideas to increase Understanding of the actions that Inclusion Leaders can take to drive changes in values and behaviors
- Develop the Capability to put those actions into practice and start Embedding them into everyday culture.
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