60% of male managers now say they're uncomfortable mentoring women. (via )
Is it really that hard to not be creepy?
Correction: 60% of male managers now say they're uncomfortable participating in work activities with women. (via )
60 percent of male managers need to grow up.
Why can’t we replace the 60% of male managers who are uncomfortable mentoring women with... women?
60% of male managers uncomfortable with work activities involving women. 33% increase from last year.
Male managers don’t want to mentor women because of #metoo…ok solution - hire more women!
“...a lot of good guys don't realize that by not actively mentoring, sponsoring or creating full access, that they're inadvertently part of the problem” Rachel Thomas ⁦ Pres⁩ >> 60% of male managers say they're uncomfortable mentoring women
This is a typical response in a culture of hegemonic masculinity. Men who are unaccustom to accountability and self regulation become afraid of it. Therefore, they choose not to participate in the necessary redistribution of unequal power.
1. Be brave, guys! Fear leads us nowhere! We need you to b part of this change 2. Ladies, that is why more than ever, we should support each other
I read this as 60% are incapable of being appropriate and now know they won’t necessarily get away with their behavior. “60% of male managers now say they're uncomfortable mentoring women.”
Junior women can’t be mentored without the one-to-one meetings & meals and inclusion in business trips that junior men get. HR & male execs may fear harassment claims, but we need to stop harassment, not mentoring. ⁦⁩ is right on this.