PACCAR’s commitment to increasing diversity and fostering inclusion starts with employee education, and has included programs such as Understanding Unconscious Bias and A Conversation About Race. The Male Allyship program, developed by Doug Baugh, is the next in the series to bring attention on how people in a position of privilege and power can better support less represented groups, particularly men supporting women. Research suggests that when employees from marginalized groups are supported by advocates and allies, the entire ecosystem benefits, where employees see an increase in job satisfaction, and companies see an increase in workplace commitment. Please join us for a thought provoking discussion on the importance of male allyship.
This webinar will accomplish the following:
- Define Male Allyship
- Make a Case for Male Allyship
- Provide 13 Helpful Tips on How to be a Better Male Ally