How do stereotypes affect leadership? How can we empower people, and men in particular, to question those stereotypes, take control of their identity and be a better version of themselves?
In this episode, Jerome and Julienne talk about the growing movement trying to change the traditional idea of what it means to be a man. They talk about how stereotypes are passed along through generations and internalized by individuals and how these ideas about who we’re supposed to be impact connection and communication. Jerome and Julienne share some of their experiences with environments that empower men to help them break those cycles, showing that support systems and safe spaces allow men to be vulnerable, truly challenge these stereotypes and become the version of themselves that they want to be.
Listen to this episode to learn more about how the tradition of the strong, controlling, and stoic male leader is being questioned by men themselves and how you can create an environment that will allow for healing and transformation.