Engaging Men to Create Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Workplace Cultures
Mark Greene writes, speaks, coaches and consults on the challenges we face as men, women and non-binary people impacted by our dominance-based culture of masculinity. He is the author of the groundbreaking The Little #MeToo Book for Men and co-author with Dr. Saliha Bava of the newly released The Relational Workplace.
Learn more about the powerful work Mark and Saliha are doing at Relational Workplace.com.
As a co-founder of Relational Workplace.com and as a Senior Editor for the Good Men Project, Greene has spent over a decade as a writer, coach, and speaker, deconstructing our binary-riddled dialogues around manhood and masculinity. He is uniquely positioned to help individuals and organizations overcome retrogressive business behaviors and instead create diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace cultures of connection.
Mark’s client list includes Sephora, Bank of America, Société Générale, General Mills, Catalyst, AOL, Wiggin and Dana, The Better Man Conference, Jennifer Brown Consulting, and more. Mark’s LinkedIn profile is here.
“Mark Greene is unique among my activist friends and colleagues
in speaking truth to power, but not seeing men and women
– Jed Diamond, Men Alive Now
Relying on extensive research and data, Mark crafts a powerful story on the long history of harm done by our dominance-based Man Box culture of masculinity. Learn about the powerful work men are doing to create a healthy masculine culture of expression and connection.
Our workshops are designed to help men, women, and non-binary people break out from our generations old dominance-based retrogressive business cultures and live into collaborative ADEI cultures of belonging, and innovation.The Man Box Choice Point is just one of Mark’s powerful offerings.
Let us facilitate a rich conversation among male leaders in your organization about what happens when they lean into open hearted, collaborative styles of leadership, These facilitated conversations are transformational.
Mark works with men, women and non-binary coaching clients to help individuals and organizations challenge longstanding dominance-based business cultures and create relational ADEI cultures of connection.
Remaking Manhood: The Healthy Masculinity Podcast. Listen as co-hosts Mark Greene and Charles Matheus engage guests in honest conversations designed to show you what breaking out of Man Box culture can look like and feel like. On all major podcast platforms.
BOOKS AND WRITING BY MARK GREENE
‘Close’: The Oscar-Nominated Movie that Names the Threat in Our Sons’ Lives
Mark’s article for Ms. Magazine explores the intersection between Niobe Way’s research on boys’ crisis of connection and Lukas Dhont’s Oscar nominated film Close, which is based of Way’s book Deep Secrets.
“Concise, empowering, and at times radical, this book [The Little #MeToo Book for Men] is a much needed call to action for everyone.”
Founder, President and CEO
Jennifer Brown Consulting
Remaking Manhood –At times, deeply emotional, Mark’s writing explores the vast generational narratives that define the daily lives of boys and men.
“Mark interweaves his own deeply personal stories with a salient and powerful deconstruction of manhood in America.”
—Lisa Hickey, CEO, Good Men Project
Remaking Manhood: The Battle Against Dominance-Based Masculine Culture – In these newest writings from Mark’s work in the healthy masculinity movement (2017-2023), Greene takes us into the world of MRA’s, Incels and other masculinity extremists, deftly mapping the ways in which our bullying Man Box culture fuels male disconnection, extremism, illness, and early mortality.