Why start a male ally group?
Men as Allies Webinars
Explore how men can support their female colleagues in this Forté webinar series.
Besides sheer profitability, [employing female leaders] makes businesses a good place to be...What we hope is that men and women will go to business schools and see women, and that will be something that seems normal.
Gender Equity Is Everyone's Business
Today, women are underrepresented at every level of business leadership. To achieve gender equity, we need everyone — including male allies — to understand why it matters and how to get involved.
What does it mean to be a male ally? There’s no checklist, because allyship is an ongoing journey. A male ally actively supports gender equity at work and in life. He recognizes the challenges and biases that women continue to face, and takes intentional steps to build an environment where everyone has opportunities to succeed and advance.
Male allies who champion gender equity help businesses win bigger. You are likely aware of the business case for gender diversity: greater profitability, greater creativity and innovation, less risk — and with each new research study the list of benefits lengthens. From the MBA campus to the corporate arena, Forté’s Men as Allies Initiative provides inspiration and instruction to men engaging in the gender equity conversation.
Become an Ally
During four half-day sessions (Oct. 19 - 28, 2020), gain the knowledge and tools to take effective action on gender equity.
Next Generation Allies
Using the wisdom of established MBA male ally and women in business groups, this toolkit is a roadmap for starting a male ally group on campus.
The What & Why
The tools to help you understand what it means to be a male ally at work, why companies start male ally groups, and how they do it.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?