WOULD LIKE TO DO MORE
if the many nuances of the problem were not “out of sight, out of mind” for them, if they were able to pinpoint their unconscious (implicit) bias, and/or if they knew exactly how they can contribute, whether they’re C suite executives or not.
It Takes Two To Tango
In the fight against gender discrimination, Sheryl Sandberg’s best-selling book LEAN IN™ is only half of the equation. CHIP IN™ is the other half.
Women are doing their share (reading self-help books, finding mentors, joining empowerment groups, and spending millions of their organizations’ and their own money on education, so now it’s time for men to CHIP IN.
What This Book Is NOT
This book is not a feminine manifesto, nor a list of stats or complaints.
And it's not a book for the bullies, sexists, "pussy-grabbers," or self-centered machos out there either.
Who Should Buy This Book
The good guys who are concerned about how sexism may affect their daughters, wives, mothers, and other women in their lives.
Their wives, daughters, partners, co-workers, and bosses (if they don’t buy it for themselves because “some men don’t ask for directions.”)
Every good man
NEEDS TO READ CHIP IN
Even when many might believe they're already "enlightened."
I guarantee CHIP IN will be an eye-opener!
Through a mix of storytelling and cutting-edge scientific research, CHIP IN will motivate and guide them through a clearly defined change process that will ultimately benefit them too─perhaps as much as the women they do this for.
There are five levels of collaboration. You can be
A sponsor: Provide resources to this project: contacts, connections, human capital (designers, editors, researchers, marketers, etc.), financial support, etc.
A mentor: Share your wisdom, knowledge, and experience.
An interviewee: Donate 10 to 30 minutes to fill a questionnaire or do a phone interview.
A reviewer: Read a chapter or the whole book and write a review we can use for marketing.
A recruiter: Forward this invitation to every man or woman who can help.
Male or female, young or old, executive or staff, American or not, as a representative of your organization or as a father, husband, feminist, or just as a good guy, we want to hear what you have to say!