Note: This column is part one of a series on the six primary characteristics of white male culture. We will work to examine how these traits show up in the world and tie them to events and behaviors that are in plain view of everyone who follows current events in the U.S. and around the world.
WMFDP invites leaders — the men and women who attend our sessions — to examine the mindsets that exist within their organization’s culture, especially the conscious and unconscious mindsets involving gender, ethnicity/race, religion, sexual orientation and age. By examining these mindsets, we reason, they become spoken and real and conscious. With these newfound insights, leaders can then better foster inclusion in their teams and organizations.More