The goal of Men’s Club is to form a community, where men and women can work together in order to show a certain men’s role to future generations, so they can bring harmony to men’s and women’s roles.
Imre Bedo believes in the values of manliness, and that the role of the man and father is of great responsibility. This is why he founded Men’s Club over 4 years ago, which today counts over 130.000 followers, including many prominent businessmen and artists.
The independent social initiative, Men’s Club, and Imre himself deals especially with the motivations of men and communities of men, reaching women, families, and corporations as well. His book, titled Férfienergia (lit. “Energy of Men”), has been read from cover to cover by thousands. Imre regularly gives presentations both in and outside of the Hungarian borders, inspiring great masses.
So what exactly did motivate Imre to found Men’s Club? Why did he perceive it to be a social issue of interest to most? Nowadays the question “Where are the real men?” became relevant. The lack of men’s value, like decisiveness, self-sufficiency, or responsibility, not only can ruin family and social relations, but could just as well endanger our workplaces.
Imre’s corporate presentations and training are held from an aspect of a socially responsible economist and of a businessman with corporate experience. He knows the ins and outs of incrementalist organizational development, and gives unique, paradigm-changing answers to employee motivation, the strengthening of loyalty, commitment, self-determination and responsibility.
The goal of Men’s Club is to form a community, where men and women can work together in order to show a certain men’s role to future generations, so they can bring harmony to men’s and women’s roles, illustrating with real-life examples.