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Men's Wellbeing

Course Introduction

One in five men over 50 say they have no close friends. Suicide is the leading cause of death for men under 50. Most of the prison population is male. Most of the homeless population is male. Men are more likely to become addicted to alcohol or drugs than women. These are just some of the difficult statistics concerning men in the 21st century.

Male allyship is a skill and quality which is more important now than ever to foster. Relationships between men are often connected through work, sports, and other external “things”. Men can suffer loneliness, isolation and depression for lack of real connection with other men. Men are also very good at masking – saying they’re fine convincingly, even when not. The antidote is allyship – fostering a sense of brotherhood between men as well as bolstering men’s authentic relationships with women.

What will participants learn?

Our workshop explores what male allyship means and why it is so important. It helps participants to understand why male allyship is part of workplace inclusion, and to understand how we can all play our part.

This workshop is relevant to all colleagues, of any seniority.

Key Objectives

Participants will:

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Increase their understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion as business imperatives

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Understand the current landscape for men and the challenges they face

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Understand what male allyship is

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Commit to personal action to fostering male allyship

Content

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Evidence of the value of diversity from the standpoint of people, clients, brand and performance

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What is the landscape for men, in the world and in the workplace?

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What is male allyship and why is it a workplace inclusion imperative?

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How do we foster male allyship for our colleagues and communities

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Participants share an action or learning point they are taking away

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Working with
Inclusive Group

Inclusive Group will work with you to understand the context for your workshop. This involves a 20-minute discovery call where we explore:

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The background and ‘cultural norms’ of this topic in your organisation

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An overview of the participant group(s)

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Scenarios or examples relevant to your organisation that we can use during the workshop

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Anything else pertaining to the successful delivery of the workshop

Details

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Virtual delivery via Inclusive Group Zoom or your own platform

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In-person delivery at your office or offsite venue (travel expenses will apply)

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Suitable for up to 25 participants

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Customisation of workshop content is available (design fee will apply)

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Please contact us to discuss how this workshop will complement your current EDI activity

Follow-Up

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Talk to us about our additional learning tools, such as nudges, videos and podcasts, to deepen and extend your participants’ understanding and application of this topic.

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