Genre(s): Business Culture | Business Etiquette
Men Will Drive Progress in Equality at Work
It’s in the numbers. Men hold more management positions than women. For example, 9 of every 10 Architectural and Engineering Managers are men. And 3 of every 4 Chief Executives are men.* As these male leaders become empowered, they can deliver more social impact at work than women alone.
Men Are Allies
Men want to support the #metoo movement, but don’t know how. Men want to hire more women onto their teams in the interest of diversity, but are having trouble achieving their their goals in the real world.
Work Feeling Like A Sausage Fest?
Men can do something about it! Learn how men can easily support gender equality at work.
Hire and retain more women hires.
Prevent inappropriate behavior.
Make your organization an amazing place for all.
Decrease communication issues.
Become a better leader.
Print Product Details
Paperback | $14.99
146 Pages | 6 x 9”
Digital Product Details
Kindle Ebook | $9.99
77 Pages | 3132 KB
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J. A. Davids, B.S.E., M.I.D., is a design researcher who earned a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University School of Engineering. Davids earned a Master's degree from Rhode Island School of Design by investigating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workplace culture. The master’s thesis proposed solutions to resolve the tech industry’s gender imbalance. “Don’t Tell Dick Jokes at Work (and Other Helpful Tips)” expands on the master’s thesis and delivers it in a format meant for a wider audience. The author lives in Seattle, WA.