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Vince takes pride in creating an inclusive environment and was recognized as Intel Inclusive Leader of the Year in 2017. He declared that he would drive to 40% gender diversity by 2025 at Intel Costa Rica. Inclusive Leadership and his passion for developing others to achieve more than they believe possible is what motivates him. He is a strong believer that when you combine technical excellence with leading people in a positive way, you can do anything.
Vince serves as the VP/GM, AMR Manufacturing Operations at Intel.
[:01] Carley Hauck introduces herself as the founder of Living Well Awake.
[1:52] Allyship is a tool that creates a culture of belonging in the workplace to allow everyone a chance to be included, heard and acknowledged.
[5:25] Recognizing the importance of male allyship in light of the presidential impeachment trial.
[7:58] To Vince Guglielmetti, male allyship is the ability to use the power and privilege he has to change the world.
[10:57] Highlighting the Men Advocating Real Change program which empowers men to engage as allies for workplace inclusion.
[13:57] How does male allyship overcome and reverse the negative effects of manbox culture?
[19:18] The language that allies use to promote inclusion, raise awareness, and create safety in the workplace.
[22:20] Steps you can take to encourage allyship from employees who may be hesitant to join in the effort.
[25:00] A look at the efforts of Intel’s Ally Nation program of inclusion in leadership and in the workplace.
[27:12] Vince’s advice for growing empathy and compassion as a leader starts with staying informed and aware and advocating those whose voice isn’t heard yet.
[31:13] What gives Vince Guglielmetti hope for the future?
[33:33] Carley closes with specific actions that can be taken to raise awareness, increase inclusion, speak up and act today.
Breakthrough at Living Well Awake
Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
“The Role of Male Allyship in Conscious Leadership and Business” by Carley Hauk