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WHITE MEN’S CAUCUS
Eliminating Racism, Sexism, and Homophobia in Organizations

This signature white-male only session shatters the myth that white men don’t have an important role to play in creating and sustaining inclusive work environments.

A residential 3.5-day Caucus helps white men more fully see and understand their culture and its impact on themselves and others. The experience creates an environment where white men, often for the first time, can honestly explore their questions, confusions, hopes, and concerns related to “diversity issues” in their private lives and organizations. This Caucus has successfully helped hundreds of white leaders inside Fortune 500 companies become more effective partners in their workplace.

TUITION: $3,000 | LODGING & MEALS: $1,500 | TOTAL: $4,500

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FULL DIVERSITY PARTNERS (formerly White Men and Allies) 
Deepening Partnerships to Create Inclusive Organizations

The Partners Lab is an intensive 3.5-day residential program for up to 24 people, including white men, men and women of color, and white women. The lab delivers a provocative and powerful experience that fundamentally transforms partnerships. The intent of the lab is to create brave and meaningful dialogues, where everyone realizes their self-interest in being full partners in diversity change efforts. Teams work across the divides of ethnicity, gender, race, and sexual orientation to develop partnership and leadership skills that will impact organizational change.

 

TUITION: $3,000 | LODGING & MEALS: $1,500 | TOTAL: $4,500

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2019

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MEN STAND UP FOR GENDER EQUITY SUMMIT

This event runs two days. On Day 1, the summit spans 9:00am – 5:00pm. On Day 2, the summit is held from 9:00am – 2:00pm.

During the workshop, we’ll examine — at the interpersonal and organization level — the shifts in personal mindset and organization strategy needed to improve partnerships between men and women. The session will be interactive and provocative: looking at what is needed to fundamentally change how male leaders think about and champion gender equity. While there is no quick fix, the inclusion equity journey becomes energizing and sustainable when members of the dominant group — often white men — create a sustainable practice that includes courageous dialogue and action, leading to greater partnership across gender.

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