Mark Greene writes, speaks, coaches and consults on the challenges we face as men raised in man box culture. He is the author of the groundbreaking The Little #MeToo Book for Men.
As a co-founder of ThinkPlay Partners and as a Senior Editor for the Good Men Project, Greene has spent over a decade as a writer and speaker, deconstructing our binary-riddled dialogues around manhood and masculinity. He is uniquely positioned to help men, individually and in organizations, create a healthier more connecting vision of masculine culture and identity.
“Mark Greene is unique among my activist friends and colleagues in speaking truth to power, but not seeing men and women in opposition.” – Jed Diamond, Men Alive Now
Mark Greene speaks, consults, and coaches on diversity, equity and inclusion, Man Box culture, and relational practices for organizations worldwide. Mark works with organizations and individuals to overcome the challenges created by our domination-based culture of masculinity. Mark’s client list includes General Mills, Bank of America, Catalyst, The Philadelphia Men’s Center, Jennifer Brown Consulting, and The Better Man Conference.
“Concise, empowering, and at times radical, this book is a much needed call to action for everyone.”
Jennifer Brown, Founder, President and CEO, Jennifer Brown Consulting on The Little #MeToo Book for Men
Mark provides personal coaching for leaders and teams who are struggling with our often conflicted views of modern manhood. Contact Mark for more information.
“If our conversation can reveal even the slightest glimmer of daylight between our dominant culture of masculinity and our own daily choices as men, my hope is we will find, in that space, a more vibrant and authentic connection to our agency, our power and our humanity.”
Want to start a powerful conversation about masculinity inside your organization? In just seventy five pages, The Little #MeToo Book for Men is an empowering introduction to the relationship based change work men need to do for their families, their communities, their organizations, and their careers. Mark Greene provides speaking and workshops based on his slim, powerful volume. To see more reviews go here.
For generations, our culture has taught us a narrow limiting set of rules for how to be a man. The end result? Epidemic levels of isolation and violence for boys and men and for the multitude of others who’s lives we impact.
But we can make a difference choice. We can choose a masculinity of connection and in return have healthier relationships and more meaningful, lasting lives. Learn about men’s work and ways in which men can move from disconnection to a community of brotherhood and purpose. Every episode you’ll hear honest conversations designed to show you what breaking out of the man box can look like and feel like.