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Ed Frauenheim: The Future of Men at Work

Come join a discussion of the future of men at work – a discussion that will touch on wider questions of gender relationships and a more soulful world.

Today’s faster, flatter, fairness-focused world calls on men to show up differently at work. Increasingly, men are asked to break out of the “confined” masculinity that has dominated society for thousands of years. The conventional, limited version of manhood tends to leave men rigid, cold and isolated in a world now requiring agility, warmth and connection.

Thankfully, a “liberating” masculinity is emerging that frees men and those around them to live fuller lives at home, at play, at work and in the world. This shift in men’s roles and ways of relating is vital to the way many workplaces are changing for the better. They are becoming purpose-driven, egalitarian, human-centric. These changes in manhood and organizations are part of a wider evolution in human society, where we are called to elevate our consciousness, recognize our interdependence and collaborate as never before.

The event will be online on Zoom, the link will be sent to your e-mail address following registration.

Ed Frauenheim is about reinventing masculinity, organizations and society. And about connecting the dots among the three for a more soulful world. Ed is a writer, speaker and consultant who has focused on workplace, technology and culture matters for more than 25 years. His stories have been featured in Fortune, Wired and USA Today.

Ed was senior director of content at Great Place to Work, the global consultancy that produces the annual Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list.

He has co-authored four books. The latest is Reinventing Masculinity: The Liberating Power of Compassion and Connection. He also co-founded The Teal Team (USA), a group dedicated to exploring new ways of working, being and organizing. He lives in San Francisco with his two teenagers and artist wife Rowena Richie.

Connect with Ed!

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ed-frauenheim-685294/

The Teal Team website: https://thetealteam.com/

Book site: https://www.reinventingmasculinity.com/