MARC Leadership Learning Series
This series engages leaders (Directors and above) in a series of facilitated virtual workshops, interspersed with self-guided learning, designed to deepen understanding, enhance gender partnership and inclusive leadership skills, and promote advocacy for gender equity.
The MARC Leadership Learning Series is comprised of three-virtual workshops complemented by three self-guided learning modules featuring expert insights from The MARC Summit. Guided by a skilled cross-gender facilitator pair, participants will examine root causes of gender inequity, self-reflect, and practice skills to proactively challenge exclusionary dynamics and barriers to progress. Discussions will provide participants an opportunity to create personal connections to topics of gender conditioning, privilege, healthy masculinity, and more. Leaders will build commitment and capacity as gender partners and advocates for equity.
Participants will explore:
- How gender dynamics, roles, norms, and social conditioning link to the workplace and leadership.
- How bias and systemic advantages/privilege impact employees.
- What it means to recognize intersectional and multidimensional identities and experiences of
- How building strong gender partnerships presents a unique responsibility and opportunity for men.
- What healthy masculinity means and how it impacts individuals and organizational cultures.
- What effective gender partnership is, why it matters and how to put it into practice.
Audience: Director level and above
Duration: Three, 3-hour facilitated workshops and Three, 1.5-hour self-guided learning modules
Number of Participants: 25-30 people
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MARC programming empowers men to recognize inequality and respond through effective partnership across gender.
This online course provides employees of all levels with a compact introduction to MARC and the topic of gender partnership.
This interactive virtual workshop enables managers and mid-level employees to reflect on their contribution to advancing equity and inclusion.