Note from Liz on this page.....Typically, the content that needs to be displayed will dictate how the page is put together. Is there a natural grouping that might exist for the resources?....like would they be organized "For Individuals" vs. "For Organization"....or would they be organized by purpose, or by category/type, etc?
Let's regroup on this page after thinking about how they should be organized. The content below is just the current content of the page.
Quick access to the most concise root causes and solutions to level the playing field for women at work.
Lean In 50 Ways to Fight Bias
An experiential program that highlights 50 specific examples of gender bias with clear recommendations for what to do - because research shows bias training is more effective when it’s tied to realistic and familiar situations. The program is specific and solutions oriented, rooted in research and designed to engage men.
Created by Google, this workshop teaches participants to develop the confidence to promote themselves in the workplace and personal life, thereby breaking modesty norms and glass ceilings.
This program aims to:
1. Improve the motivation and self-promotion skills of women and underrepresented groups.
2. Change social perceptions and refresh the conversation around self-promotion.
Start a ShowMe50™ Lean In Circle Enhance your leadership skills and influence a culture of innovative inclusion inside your company. Reach out to us and we can help you get started.
A Lean In Circle is a small group of (usually) 8-12 women and men who meet regularly to support one another and learn new skills. It’s a place where women can be unapologetically ambitious. We know Circles are making a difference: 85% of members credit their Circle with a positive change in their life, and almost two-thirds of women in Circles have taken on a new challenge.
Gender Bias is unequal treatment due to attitudes based on gender. At work it manifests itself in subtle ways like when women’s ideas are ignored or women are not included in meetings or discussions. Gender bias is a preference, conscious or unconscious, for working with one gender over another. Unconscious bias is incredibly hard to fix because by definition the person denies such a preference exists. That’s why changing corporate cultures is going to take a strategic grassroots approach. It starts by learning the facts.
Reading the seven ShowMe50™ toolkits is the starting point for learning about level the playing field at work. This resources page then provides additional information you can use to support your ShowMe50™ change initiatives. We have organized the learning materials into categories that correspond to the areas covered in the toolkits, presentations and Q&A. Check back regularly since we update the categories with fresh content.