February 15, 2021

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Attention, Men: How to Be a Strong Ally for Your Female Colleagues

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Gender inequality in the workplace is hardly a new problem, and it is certainly not one that can be eradicated overnight. If women could simply wave a magic wand and fix the issue themselves, they would have done so by now. Instead, women have spent decades asserting that they are as intelligent and capable as men and equally effective in the workplace, only to witness very gradual improvement in how they are treated. However, the conversation surrounding gender equality at work has made a significant shift recently, with the #MeToo movement, and one thing that has become clear is that change will come more quickly and be more pronounced if women’s male allies stand alongside them helping to hold up the banner.

This article was originally published on thriveglobal.

Sudhansu Batra

Sudhansu Batra is the Chief Operating Officer at Girl Power Talk. He is passionate about helping growth companies improve profitability through effective digital transformation. Sudhansu ensures that clients follow an agile but flexible plan for leveraging new technologies. He was previously a Senior Software Engineer at Wipro Limited, where he focused on enterprise relationships in the United States and UK. Sudhansu’s technical expertise includes open-source development, Microsoft Azure, T-SQL Stored Procedures, MongoDB, DynamoDB, Informatica, Power BI, AWS, SQL, SSIS, SSRS and SSAS. He is relentlessly committed to developing young leaders and building a special work culture at Girl Power Talk that celebrates gender diversity. Sudhansu finds inspiration in Andrew Carnegie's definition of teamwork: the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results. Sudhansu is a graduate of Delhi University and a post-graduate of Vellore Institute of Technology.

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