Face (and Use) Your Male Privilege and Become an Inclusionary Leader in 7 Steps

Ray Arata is an internationally recognized diversity, equity and inclusion leader, speaker, trainer and consultant. He has worked with clients ranging from PwC, Verizon, Toyota, Bloomberg, to name a few. His latest book is The Workplace: Men can be effective allies by showing up.

Enterprise Radio’s episode with Author Channel is available.

Pay attention to host Eric Dye & guests Ray Arata discuss the following:

  1. What’s your story on how you got into this work?
  2. For whom did you write this book? What are your hopes for it to achieve?
  3. Is there anything that makes you different or unique?
  4. How have you overcome these obstacles?
  5. What are your tips and tricks for dealing with straight white males?
  6. How big is your vision?

Ray Arata is an award-winning diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leader and speaker, consultant, and trainer, with global clients from PwC to Verizon to Toyota to Bloomberg. The Better Man Conference was established by Ray Arata to promote healthy masculinity, and the inclusion of men as partners and allies. He was honored by UN Women as a HeForShe champion for change in 2016, and received the Ron Herring2020 award. His new book is Showing Up: How Men Can Become Effective Allies in the Workplace.

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