What it means to be a man in 2022: allyship, equality & masculinity
This interactive webinar looks at the pressures on men to live up to traditional (and outdated) concepts of masculinity, explains how patriarchy is damaging to men, women and families, explores the societal structures that define gendered parenting roles and offers up some practical ways that men can help in working towards gender equality.
This is a really groundbreaking session which address some big topics in a compassionate and supportive way. The aim of the session is help increase understanding of the challenges that both men and women face and how we can work together to create a better world for us all.
This talk is perfect if you are aiming to:
- engage more men and dads in your parenting and gender networks,
- engage more men in conversations around gender equality,
- explore some practical actions that men can take to work towards gender equality,
- improve gender equality in your organisation.
To provide a full service offer and ensure we achieve the desired outcome, this session can include:
- Pre-meetings so I can understand your event objectives and tailor the session accordingly
- A copy of my book, DAD, which you can use as a giveaway before, during or after the event (or keep for yourself!). I will cover the cost of p&p and deliver to any worldwide address.
- Carefully crafted & proven communications materials to help you promote the event
- My slides from the session which you can circulate to participants, and other staff, after the event
- The event recorded (for internal use only and for 28 days) which you can circulate to participants, and other staff, after the event
- A toolkit to support team-level conversations using content and outputs from the workshop to facilitate further conversations and embed culture change.
I pride myself on providing an excellent service and tailoring my work to provide unique solutions to help address your objectives. Please do get in contact to discuss how we can design a session that works for you.
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