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Hilarie Bass
Founder & President, for Diversity & Inclusion. Former Co-President. Past President of . Proud Alumna & Trustee.
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A brief, but illuminating, overview of two years of work by Eli Lilly and Company to create a more company and elevate more women to .
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The Bass Institute Mar 19
On-point about the expectations put on women at work, and how they keep them from . “When women and men behave altruistically at work, men are given outsized accolades...But when women don’t step up...they’re judged more harshly.”
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Hilarie Bass Mar 15
In the hotel industry, 1 woman reaches VP level for every 9 men, according to data from . This article lays out straightforward ways to bring more women into in any industry.
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The Bass Institute Mar 14
. Castleberry of does a great job of summing up in this interview: “Human behavior is not organically inclusive and nor are our processes. ... We have to disrupt everyday patterns of human behavior.”
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Hilarie Bass Mar 13
Former CEO said it well: “It is bad for business and bad for society that women aren’t better represented at the highest ranks of corporations. ... Companies need to be better at eliminating unconscious bias.”
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Hilarie Bass Mar 12
This article shares the reality of the glass cliff and 3 ways to level the playing field for women : a & gender-balanced board; using to reveal ; & strategic succession planning.
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The Bass Institute Mar 8
As we mark , most of corporate America acknowledges that gender balance is imperative at all org levels. But we’re not getting there fast enough, as this report shows. Let’s do more to achieve
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Dr. FarzannaHaffizulla Mar 7
Proud to give the Welcome Address today meeting. Powerful forum to discuss & Thank you & my fellow speakers. Great to have as our Founding Dean of in support of
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The Bass Institute Mar 7
Our founder spoke at this morning’s Leadership Breakfast: “We cannot compete in 2019 if we don’t have a diverse workplace and if we leave 50% of our talent at the door.”
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Hilarie Bass Mar 7
Thank you to the and for having me speak at today's Leadership Breakfast. Proud to join other top female executives.
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Hilarie Bass Mar 5
Women’s judgment is questioned more often than men’s – at work. RT
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Daily Business Review Mar 1
Mental health experts and members of the legal community from across the country met this week in South Florida. hosted the event at , and attendees included , Adam Moskowitz of , and .
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Hilarie Bass Mar 5
Women’s judgment is questioned more often than men’s – at work. RT
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Hilarie Bass Mar 1
It’s always a pleasure to discuss important issues facing the profession with people like Trish White & Pres. Michelle Suskauer of . Thank you to for inviting me to speak at the Bench-Bar Wellness Conference.
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Hilarie Bass Mar 1
Enjoyed talking about specific ways to address mental health & retain people in , on panel with 2 chief judges, of & Bob Carlson, at the Bench-Bar Wellness Conference .
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Thinking Heads Feb 20
Meeting with : "Unconscious bias is affecting our ability to work as a professional team and retain talent"
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Hilarie Bass Feb 28
Excited to give the keynote lunch speech at today's Bench-Bar Wellness Conference at the . Proud to be helping lead the conversation about mental health and inclusive workplaces in the profession.
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Law.com Feb 28
We'll be live tweeting today from the campus covering the Duke University School of Law’s Bolch Judicial Institute Wellness and Mental Health Conference.
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Hilarie Bass Feb 26
As puts it, women are in a “double bind” that they can’t easily overcome themselves–seen as angry/overly aggressive when they take charge or negotiate for themselves, but as not material if they act warm & nurturing
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Hilarie Bass Feb 25
. uses detailed, easily-accessible data about its employees’ gender, age, ethnicity and more to monitor pay equity, time-to-promotion and turnover. You cannot change what you don’t measure and monitor. .
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