BMC 2018 Speaker Submission Form
Conference Overview

We invite business professionals, concerned citizens, expert practitioners and allies to share their voices for the 3rd annual Better Man Conference. We are securing dates and locations soon, but looking forward to ….
- BMC New York- November 6, 2018 (Application deadline July 15th)
- BMC San Francisco- October 26,2018 (Application deadline July 15th)

We expect 150+ people in NYC and 250+ in SF. Previous registrants were 60/40 Men/Women.
- Executives, Leaders, Emerging Leaders, Change Makers.
- Human Resources, Diversity Staff and Council Leaders
- Learners and Leaders seeking workforce inclusion

Conference Theme:

The conference theme, STAND UP. SPEAK UP. IT’S TIME. is intended to educate, inspire and move male allies into action in support of women and target groups. Given the context of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, the focus of The Better Man Conference is on galvanizing men inside organizations by providing them with the tools to support partnership and the role that healthy masculinity plays.

Men Engaging Men Panel (SF)
- Responsibility, Power, Privlege
- How to engage other men
- What is the win?
- What are the challenges?

Break Out Sessions Learning Objectives:
- Models for Effective/Appropriate Engagement of Men
- Identifying/disrupting micro-aggressions and harassment
- Engagement Models for Engaging other Men
- Allyship, Mentorship and Sponsorship
- Conflict Management, Feedback and Communication

Break-Out Session Parameters:
- 75-90 minute session
- Will be conducted twice at different times at conference
- Must be experiential. Allow for deeper reflection, application, and active engagement.
- Must be practical and provide examples. Role plays, idea generation, practical tools to create and support behavior change.
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