Being honest, seeing the harms, and getting to the root
Shifting away from patriarchy should encourage young men to take responsibility for who they are and how they live as opposed to automatically being in charge and receiving respect they never earned. I think some traditional rites of coming of age had that as intended lessons but those rites often mean nothing in our society. The fact that many people of all descriptions are often lonely and disconnected from others doesn't help. The Andrew Tates offer a cheap poison of seeing yourself as inherently superior. We have a lot of baggage to get rid of, in a very broad sense of "we".
If folks want to understand what uprooting and imagining alternative modes of masculinity looks like, I highly recommend Rewilding the Sacred Masculine by Sophie Strand.