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This International Women’s Day, help your organization commit to #BalanceForBetter
We believe a balanced world is a better world and we all have a role to play to create it. Gender bias hurts women’s careers – and continues to hold women back all over the globe. That’s why we are supporting the 2019 International Women’s Day (IWD) campaign, #BalanceforBetter—and encouraging organizations to come together to discuss the most common ways gender bias plays out in the workplace, with concrete actions you can take to level the playing field.
Download one of our free, ready-to-use presentations, including interactive activities to host an International Women’s Day event at your organization.
Host a 50 Ways to Fight Bias workshop to help people recognize and combat bias at work.
Developed in collaboration with gender experts from the Stanford VMWare Women's Leadership Innovation Lab and Paradigm, a diversity and inclusion consulting firm, 50 Ways to Fight Bias gives people the tools to address gender bias head-on.
This 1-2 hour workshop highlights fifty specific examples of gender bias in the workplace, brings people together to have real conversations about specific everyday examples of bias—from how people of all genders view mothers at work to the compounding effects of double discrimination—and offers research-backed recommendations for what to do.
Bring women together to learn from each other and achieve their goals through Lean In Circles.
Lean In Circles—small groups that meet regularly to learn and grow together—are a place for sharing ideas and advice, gaining skills, and building community. Most of all, they’re a place where women in your organization can get the support they need to reach their goals.
Today there are more than 42,000 Lean In Circles in 173 countries and 1,400 organizations worldwide and we know they work—86% of Circle members credit their Circle with a positive change in their lives. Join the global community of Circle members around the world who stand shoulder to shoulder to advance equality and #BalanceforBetter.
Review the state of women at work in 2018
In ways good and bad, 2018 was a big year for women. To get a better sense of what 2018 represented for women’s progress, check out our summary of the state of women at work: the gains we’ve made, the inequities that remain, and the challenges that lie ahead.