Participants of all genders will explore key concepts of gender equity, gender partnership, and workplace inclusion, building their awareness of foundational practices.
Introducing Key Concepts To Advance Gender Equality
Research shows that 96% of organizations make progress on DEI when men are involved, compared to only 30% when they are not involved.* Yet many men do not know how to be effective advocates for change. Further, employees of all genders benefit from increased awareness and the skills required to bring about equitable change. The MARC Foundations Program explores actions that can be taken by individuals and organizations to foster advocacy and advance equity and inclusion. The program is:
- Available for an unlimited number of participants
- Three 30min e-learning modules
*Krentz, M., Wierzba O, Abouzahr, K., Garcia-Alonso, J. & Brooks Taplett, F. (October 10, 2017), Five ways men can improve gender diversity at work, Boston Consulting Group.
The Lasting Impact
Participants will increase effective gender partnership, build skills to communicate more courageously and inclusively across gender and other forms of difference, and gain skills to enable and support a culture of inclusion where people of all genders can thrive.
Are More Likely to Interrupt Sexism at Work
Will Advance Workplace Initiatives or Values
Would Recommend to Colleagues and Peers
“Chevron’s partnership with Catalyst MARC has created pathways for inclusivity, achievement, and growth for people of all genders across our workforce. Together, we’re creating workplaces that work for women today—and for generations to come.”
—Michael Wirth, CEO, Chevron