Agents of Change


Early bird entry deadline: Monday 30 March
According to the World Economic Forum, it will take nearly 100 years to close the gender gap. We cannot – and will not – wait that long. With just six female CEOs in the FTSE 100, men in positions of power have a vital role to play in driving societal and economic change.  

Management Today has teamed up with the Women’s Business Council and UN Women UK to spotlight Britain’s Agents of Change – an army of male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, shattering glass ceilings and challenging the status quo.

Equality for women is progress for all.
Key information

Key Dates

Early bird entry deadline: Monday 30 March 2020

Standard entry deadline: Thursday 9 April 2020

Winners revealed: Monday 25 May 2020

Entry Fees

Early bird entry fee: £350

Standard entry fee: £450

*Prices exclude VAT
UN WOMEN Donation
UN Women is the only global organisation working to make gender equality a reality in every way: from grassroots programmes with the most vulnerable women and girls, to changing attitudes, and helping governments design gender-equal policy. UN Women UK is leading this change in the UK, and your 5% donation when entering will directly help them to give every woman and girl the right to safety, voice and a choice.

Categories


Early bird entry deadline: Monday 30 March
Automotive
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Business and professional services
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Financial services
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Manufacturing, engineering and construction
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Media and marketing and comms
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Public sector and not-for-profit
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Retail
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Tech
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Other
We are looking for male leaders who are tackling inequality at work by changing company cultures, and challenging the status quo.

 

Judges want to see a successful initiative or campaign that the candidate has implemented into the workplace around diversity, inclusion or flexibility.

Open to people under the age of 30 (you must be 29 or under on the 25 May 2020).

 

This award is open to the male role models who generously support, mentor and sponsor women, using their skills to help women rise to the top.

 

Why should you enter?


Launched in 1966, Management Today is one of Britain’s most established business titles, curating practical advice and brilliant thinking that will help UK leaders build or sustain world-class businesses. 

This year's Agents of Change winners will be profiled online and promoted to Management Today’s 135,000 monthly users and more than 20,000 online bulletin subscribers. They will also feature in the summer edition Management Today magazine. 

This is a chance to boost your national coverage, stand out amongst the competition, get noticed by the country’s top business leaders, investors and commentators, and position yourself as an inclusive employer and a champion for gender equality in the workplace. 

Contact us


Jo Plinston
General enquiries

E: [email protected]
P: 07789 961775

Sean Connell
Sponsorship enquiries

E: [email protected]
P: 020 8267 5461