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3 The HKX Building, Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AG, UK

Organised by The Socials

By HeANDShe x Token Man


Tue, 19 November 2019
14:00 – 19:00 GMT

Havas UK
3 The HKX Building
Pancras Square
London
N1C 4AG

For 2019’s Masculinity in the Workplace Conference, we're on a mission to redefine the notion of ‘male hero’. In an afternoon of live discussion, debate and exploration we will collectively re-define a new, modern masculinity and celebrate the benefits of this for a happier, more fulfilling and inclusive workplace.


The word ‘hero’ conjures a mythical figure unattainable for men in today’s world. However, there are many men who have faced difficulty and heartache and triumphed, not through brute force, but by expanding their capacity for vulnerability. These men show us the opportunity of relinquishing privilege and letting go of outdated stereotypes.

By challenging the limiting and narrow constructs of masculinity that currently exist in the workplace, we will curate a fresh conversation to provide inspiration for change. We will look at the opportunities for male leaders to embrace change, expand their capacity for vulnerability, proudly work flexibly and stimulate an open conversation around mental health issues.

Join us in creating a culture of inclusion for the workplace; a culture where being a male leader is a celebration of positive vulnerability, dual caregiving and balanced mental health.

We will explore:


  • What does modern masculinity in the workplace look like?
  • What are the advantages of letting go of outdated stereotypes about masculinity?
  • How could men use their privilege to benefit everyone in the workplace?
  • How can masculine leadership move from 'power over' to 'power with' and 'power to'?
  • How do we get more men to take on primary / dual caregiver roles?

We will be covering this and more with a fantastic line-up of speakers which include: Speakers include: Mary Portas (Portas Agency), Will Pike (Disability activist), Han-Son Lee (Daddi Life), Christine Armstrong, Marvyn Harrison (Dope Black Dads), Phil Bartlett (CDM Group), Richard Schmidt (Coca-Cola European Partners)


AGENDA


14:00 Introduction and welcome - Daniele Fiandaca, Roxanne Hobbs

14:15 Keynote: Will Pike - Mumbai bombings survivor, disability advocate and media spokesperson

14:45 A research perspective

15:00 Panel (Hosted by Nadya Powell): Stories of Positive Change

15:45 Break

16:15 A filmed interview with MP David Lammy

16:30 Panel (Hosted by Roxanne Hobbs): How could men being more involved in family life create systemic change at work and in society - Marvyn Harrison, Han Son Lee, Christine Armstrong

17:15 Keynote: Mary Portas - Taking the Alpha out of the workplace

17:45

Hack 1: How we lead

Hack 2: How we parent

Hack 3: How we interact with one another

18:20 Close

18:30 Drinks and networking

Note: We are a firm believer in inclusivity and diversity and would like to welcome everyone we can to our event. So, if you (or someone you have booked a ticket for) has reduced mobility, please do contact us at least a week in advance of this event so we can make every effort to accommodate the individual needs and ensure suitable assistance is available. Also, we can provide a complimentary companion ticket to you (or someone you have booked a ticket for) at this event if needed, just let us know their name when you contact us.
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 - Masculinity in the Workplace Conference 20193 The HKX Building, Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AG, UKSold Out