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SXSW 2018 - Fighting sexism at work

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It’s always been an issue, but the firestorm at Uber in 2017 has spawned much discussion among us about how sexism still runs rampant in America. Why does this still happen, even in this era where women are more empowered than ever? How can we fight it? This panel of powerhouse women will seek to enlighten and empower both men and women to become fluent in the language of inclusivity in the battle to fight sexism.

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SXSW 2018 - Fighting sexism at work

  1. 1. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 South By Southwest | Saturday, March 10, 2018 see it. hear it. stop it. fighting sexism at work.
  2. 2. Founder & Managing Director, Zeet Consulting Annie Hardy @ergoannie President, Vivo Growth Partners Molly Eyerman @mollyeyerman Talent Experience Consultant, The Talent Experience Agency Sam Baber @wurvous Executive Director, Women’s Small Business Accelerator Erika Gable @erikahgable #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018
  3. 3. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 Occupational Sexism is destroying companies and confidence. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Why Are We Here?
  4. 4. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 We are here today to clearly define occupational sexism, and empower men and women to eliminate it in our workplaces by learning how to respond in the moment and after. Why Are We Here?
  5. 5. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 Instigator Target Champion Roles Involved in Sexism
  6. 6. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 Sexism not about Sex. It’s about a power imbalance.
  7. 7. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 • How they should look • How they should act • How they should respond • How they should think Sexism starts with how people are perceived based on their gender
  8. 8. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 • Physical Appearance • Emotional • Assumed Behavior • Intellectual Capacity • Air Time • Mansplaining • Credit • Hostile Work Culture • Networking • Advancement • Compensation • Financing • Job Types • Responsibilities Some examples of Occupational Sexism
  9. 9. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 • In-the-Moment Responses • Direct Responses • Indirect Responses Types of Responses to Sexism
  10. 10. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 Real-life Examples and Responses* *Identifying details have been changed.
  11. 11. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 • In-the-Moment Responses • Direct Responses • Indirect Responses Real-life Examples and Responses* *Identifying details have been changed.
  12. 12. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 Parting Thoughts: Change comes from within.
  13. 13. #FightSexismAtWork #SXSW2018 Annie Hardy Principal and Managing Director, Zeet Consulting @ergoannie Sam Baber Talent Experience Consultant, The Talent Experience Agency @wurvous Erika Gable Executive Director, Women’s Small Business Accelerator @erikahgable Molly Eyerman President, Vivo Growth Partners @mollyeyerman

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