Becoming a Male Ally at Work
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Gender diversity in the workplace drives innovation and performance. As a male ally, you can help boost diversity by chipping away at the systems that perpetuate everyday unconscious bias. In this course, Emilie Aries shares simple actions you can take right away to further gender equality in your workplace. Get tips for amplifying women's voices at work, including how to use your power to pass the mic to those whose voices often go unheard. Learn how to challenge the common leadership-likability double bind that women face as they rise through the ranks. Plus, learn how to sponsor women at work, shoulder your share of emotional labor, and more.
- Explain what “name the bias to tame the bias” means.
- Identify three best practices used to call someone in on their behavior.
- Summarize why the leadership-likeability double-bind exists.
- Define “microaggression.”
- Recall the definition of emotional labor.
- Recognize three strategies used to help a colleague who has to provide a lot of emotional support to a client or coworker.
This course is eligible for continuing education units (CEUs). Click the link to the course to learn more.