Zoltan Vadkerti is a work-life expert, blogger and co-founder of the WorkLife HUB.
Throughout our work, we encounter the biggest obstacles organisations face in running impactful gender equality training. One of them is how to engage men in such activities. Ensuring that men are involved in gender equality training is paramount. This is not just key in setting up an inclusive, gender-aware workplace culture but to ultimately enhance the success of your organisation.
In this case study, we share with you the key success factors for getting men engaged in the topic, something we learned running gender equality workshops for a diversity of organisations. They are:
- Help men see the bigger picture - gender equality efforts are most effective when men consider that they have a significant role to play in it
- Make it personal - the importance of framing gender equality training as a personal issue
- Get the framing right - communicating well and effectively about training activities always include a few but common structural elements
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