Now is the Time for Quiet Men: Tapping Male Introverts' Superpowers for Inclusion and Success | Sessions
Introverted, quiet men are finding their voices and people are listening. That's good news for everyone, including HR pros who are focused on leveraging everyone's talents.
Historically undervalued and even shamed by type A, more aggressive leaders, quiet men are experiencing growing success and appreciation for their tendency to listen carefully, stay calm, connect and think deeply about problems. Brash, combative men have seen their cache shrink amid a more volatile, decentralized, equity-oriented business climate.
It may seem odd to focus on men in a still-male-dominated business world. But we will demonstrate how introverted men are uniquely suited to today's faster, flatter, fairness-focused business climate. They can serve as powerful, quiet influencers in amplifying the underrepresented by tapping their superpowers, organizations will experience greater inclusion and success.
- How quiet men are particularly suited to today's faster, flatter, fairness-focused business climate.
- Case studies of quiet men from a cross section of companies who are changing the cultural narrative of Type A leaders.
- How quiet men serve as advocates for many underrepresented groups.
- Steps HR leaders can take to HR leaders can collaborate with their business partners in recruiting and retaining quiet male leaders. men. and boost business results.
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