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Hacking Gender Diversity (A Token Man Event)

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Token Man (www.Tokenman.org) is an initiative to give Men in industry a better understanding of the challenges women face in business and a greater empathy for when they are in the minority. We hope to achieve individual behaviour change that fuels a cultural shift in the workplace, enabling men in a tangible way to contribute to the movement for gender equality. Ultimately this needs to act as a platform for the progression of women in industry to reverse gender inequality.

This was our first event at Shoreditch House in which we not only shared our first findings but also found new ways of hacking corporate culture, making it easier for women to thrive

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Hacking Gender Diversity (A Token Man Event)

  1. 1. Hacking Gender Diversity
  2. 2. @yellif
  3. 3. Thanks
  4. 4. Token Man is an initiative to give men a better understanding of the challenges women face when in the minority
  5. 5. Interviewee e-mail Interviewer e-mail Helper e-mail
  6. 6. Daren Rubins CEO PHD Media Michael Brunt CMO & MD, Circulation The Economist Emma Perkins ECD LoweOpen Georgia Barretta UK Design Director Geometry Global
  7. 7. What we have learnt so far
  8. 8. 1. Women don’t always choose to stay at home or give up their career. Employers need to do more to help women maintain their careers.
  9. 9. 2. Unconscious bias comes in many forms and holds us all back. Diversity of thought and diversity of perspective.
  10. 10. 3. Childcare and Flexible working isnt a Womens issue its a Parenting Issue. Culture of agile working
  11. 11. 4. Its not enough to say I employ the best person for the job. If you do not intentionally include, you unintentionally exclude.
  12. 12. 5. Lack of Empathy is a key factor in driving the gender divide. Be inclusive in your conversation and behavior.
  13. 13. 6. There is a Gender pay gap and a Gender equality gap in our industry. Men and women to learn from each other when it comes to Negotiating.
  14. 14. 7. Create an environment where women can thrive. If you create trust and support in the workplace you get better results. .
  15. 15. 8. A male, pale and stale management team acts as a barrier to diverse talent. Send a message about the inclusivity of the environment you work in.
  16. 16. 9. Remove convention for how talent enters our industry New ideas won’t come from everyone hiring the same people from the same places.
  17. 17. 10. How can we involve more men in the diversity discussion? Just ask them! We need allies.
  18. 18. Become a hacker ”
  19. 19. “A hacker is someone who seeks and exploits weaknesses in a computer system or computer network.” Wikipedia
  20. 20. Hack = To cut or chop with repeated and irregular blows Wikipedia
  21. 21. Culture Hacking
  22. 22. Hacking = A State Mind
  23. 23. Always looking for ways to make thing better Openness to new ideas Curiosity to learn and teach Not being afraid to fail Collaborative mindset
  24. 24. ‘Bring a member of the opposite sex’ Don’t speak or judge on a panel unless it is 50:50 50% tickets for men, 50% tickets for women
  25. 25. With  Daren  Rubins   November  2015 HACKS
  26. 26. Setting  the  Scene   • Culture  at  PHD   • 84%  “Able  to  balance   work  and  personal   life”   • Top  20  Best  Company   to  Work  For   • 2014  No.  18   • 2015  No.16  
  27. 27. • High  proportion  of  women   on  Board  and  at  most   senior  level     • Rising  female  talent  given   fair  opportunity  to  shine   and  grow     • Supporting  the  cause  –   WACL  &  Omniwomen Championing  Women HACKS
  28. 28. • Returning  parents   • Flexible  working   • Working  parents   Committee     Championing  Parents HACKS
  29. 29. • Diversity  training   planned  for  2016   • Maternity  coaching   • Personal  &  confidential   support   Championing  DiversityHACKS
  30. 30. Michael Brunt CMO & MD, Circulation The Economist
  31. 31. YOUR TURN
  32. 32. THANKS tokenman.org @Token_Man
  33. 33. Reverting to type: The waning grip of a passing generation ”
  34. 34. This is broader than gender. The diversity debate is part of the battle for creativity ”
  35. 35. Convention and Institution no longer monopolise the access point to our industry
  36. 36. The value of the feminine is about to be nurtured in… the female
  37. 37. Corrective surgery for the company profile
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Token Man (www.Tokenman.org) is an initiative to give Men in industry a better understanding of the challenges women face in business and a greater empathy for when they are in the minority. We hope to achieve individual behaviour change that fuels a cultural shift in the workplace, enabling men in a tangible way to contribute to the movement for gender equality. Ultimately this needs to act as a platform for the progression of women in industry to reverse gender inequality. This was our first event at Shoreditch House in which we not only shared our first findings but also found new ways of hacking corporate culture, making it easier for women to thrive

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