20 WAYS TO BE AN EFFECTIVE MALE ALLY
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In this practical mini guide you’ll get:
- An understanding of what allyship really means
- Why allyship is crucial for all genders
- 20 simple ways you can support the women in your team and workplace
A MESSAGE TO OUR MALE ALLIES, FROM WOMEN RISING FOUNDER & CEO, MEGAN DALLA-CAMINA
At Women Rising, we are on a mission to help women step into their power, become authentic leaders, and create clarity, confidence and career success. By supporting thousands of women through our signature Women Rising program, we are changing both the conversation and the landscape for women at work. Men stepping up alongside women as effective male allies are a critical piece of the puzzle to enable more equal workplaces for all. In fact, we can’t do this without you. Thank you for your leadership and partnership on this journey.
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We know that many male leaders want to go from being passive allies to active allies, to be someone that’s really trying to help drive change. I’ve learned that that step is really hard because it begins with asking yourself some honest questions. We have heard male leaders speak about the fear of saying the wrong thing. There is a lot of language about landmines and putting your foot in your mouth. The second thing holding men back is just knowing what to do and making this shift from passive empathy to proactive ally.
— Philip Goldie