Why gender equality is good for everyone – Men included

CR4 2016-09-26T10:15:00.000Z

Conference Room 4
Michael Kimmel
SUNY Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies
Stony Brook University

Many corporations are committed to increasing gender equality in the workplace, but most of the time we think that means simply developing better policies for women.
Men rarely see themselves as stakeholders in the gender equality discussion. For more than 30 years, Michael Kimmel has been working with corporations, governments, public sector organizations and NGOs, to engage men to support gender equality.
Not only because it's the right thing to do (which it is) or even because it's good for business (which it is), but because it's also good for men themselves.

Kimmel also offers a broader discussion of Diversity and Inclusion that shows how greater diversity by race, ethnicity, and sexuality, also benefits profitability and return on investment, corporate culture, and everyone's working experience.

Kimmel's keynote presentations, based on his acclaimed TED talk, are by turn humorous, engaging, and entirely evidence based.
Kimmel shows that gender equality is not only right and fair, but it's also smart. It's not a zero-sum, but a win-win all around