Less than one in five men take an active role in promoting gender balance in the workplace, even though three quarters of male employees pay lip service to supporting gender equality. Just 17 per cent of men undertake initiatives such as sharing household responsibilities, mentoring a female colleague or friend, removing biases from hiring processes or calling out instances of gender discrimination, a survey by management consulting firm Bain & Company and Chief Executive Women found.

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Luke Burns writes a satirical statement on the need for men to unlearn their toxically masculine behavior.

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Last weekend I facilitated a workshop at the SheBelieves Summit in New York, which brought together 200+ college-aged students to hear from women in leadership about their journey to achieve their dreams. SheBelieves is a movement begun by the the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team to inspire girls and young women to accomplish their goals, athletic and otherwise.

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8:03 am In this Friday, March 8, 2019 photo provided by the United Nations, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, third from right, executive director of UN Women, speaks at the United Nations Observance of International Women's Day at the United Nations headquarters. Mlambo-Ngcuka is calling for the revolution in technology to be used to benefit the world's poor and especially women who will not achieve gender equality without "the giant leap that 21st century innovations can bring."

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More women joining Institute of Directors Business Staff Published Mar 4, 2019 at 1:48 pm (Updated Mar 4, 2019 at 1:48 pm) Clear trend: Rochelle Simons, chairwoman of the Bermuda branch of the Institute of Directors (Photograph supplied) Career progression: Peta White, of Markel, said a primary reason she joined the IoD was to help her develop her current role (Photograph supplied) Related Stories Directors engaging more, survey finds More women are joining an organisation representing directors and more are taking advantage of training programmes, according to the Bermuda branch of the Institute of Directors. From 2013 to ...

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