Pt. 1 Developing Influence Partners For Gender Equality & Partnership

Pioneer and leader in field of Diversity and Inclusion, Chuck Shelton was told at a young age, "I need you to take responsibility for being white so you become part of the solution and not part of my problem." by a respected African American Pastor while at a racial reconciliation work shop with his parents shortly after Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated.   

The events mentioned above served as a catalyst for who Chuck is today.  In this first video of a series and found below, he tells the story above in more detail, begins covering three keys to developing influence partners to advance gender equality as listed below and shares more.  

A Few Keys To Developing Influence Partners:  
-I will pursue personal accountability to lead as a male ally to women.
-I will build relationships with trust and reciprocity with women at work.
-I will influence other men as peers and as a male ally to women.

This discussion panel takes place in front of an audience made up of corporate leaders from organizations including Microsoft, Ebay, PwC, PG&E, Genentech, Hanson Bridgett, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Visa and more.

Better Man Conference sponsors include: PG & E, Hanson Bridgett, Genentech, Mankind Project, PwC, San Francisco Giants, and the 3% Conference.

Marketing partners include: Lean In, The Bay Area Council, The Representation Project, Anita Borg Institute, WiRL, Institute For Women's Leadership, Institute For Gender Partnership, Griggs Productions, Women In Technology International

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