Concurrent Session
So, What Now? Feminism, Equality, and the Workplace
Tuesday 10/20/2020 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM   Add to calendar
Intended Audience: Experienced
Workplace Application:
Attendees will walk away with key insights, supported by research, on how they can become success partners and build cultures of equality at work. 

Michelle King, author of The Fix: Overcome the Invisible Barriers That Are Holding Women Back at Work and Netflix’s Director of Inclusion, discussing how the need for women –  across race and ethnicity, income level, disability status, and gender identity – to be able to succeed at work in the future will be dependent on the scope and depth of efforts to remove longstanding barriers and create workplaces that work for everyone. 

In this session participants will:

  • Discover how inequality works at work, and why it creates barriers to ALL women’s advancement and men’s fulfillment. 
  • Awareness of why inequality has not been solved to date, why fix the women solutions don’t work. 
  • Insights into why equality is a leadership problem and how leaders can create a culture of equality at work and why this is the key to surviving the pandemic and beyond.
  • To share key actions each of us can take to become success partners (beyond practicing allyship) and build cultures of equality at work
Michelle P. King Photo
Michelle P. King, Author of THE FIX: Overcome the Invisible Barriers that Hold Women Back at Work; Former Director of Inclusion at Netflix