Glass kickers: training men as allies to promote women in leadership
Despite making up nearly half of today's workforce, women are disproportionately unrepresented in leadership roles—a phenomenon referred to as the glass ceiling. In an attempt to achieve workplace gender parity, organizations invest considerable resources in diversity and inclusion training programs. Such programs often fail to achieve intended outcomes, however, commonly placing the onus of responsibility on women themselves and neglecting to address the systemic cultural biases that perpetuate gender discrimination. With men holding the vast majority of leadership positions, they are in a ...
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Mattingly, Victoria Prescott