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Research-based solutions to advance women's leadership. Principal Investigator: Prof. Shelley Correll. tweeting.
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Carol Muller Jan 17
Time's Up is not only about sexual harassment... the problems of cultures that passively support abuse of power and failure to recognize systemic inequities will continue to ripple through, damaging individuals, organizations, quality, and intended results.
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Bentley CWB Jan 17
"Mentoring programs alone won’t sufficiently engage or develop your junior talent, especially if your culture doesn’t encourage mentoring on a regular basis. What your company needs instead are mentors-of-the-moment." Via
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Shamus Khan Jan 16
Curious about ? and I had a wonderful interview with , who asked incredible questions about our work. So honored to be part of 's discussion! Hear the podcast...
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ASA Sociology Jan 17
ASA extends heartfelt congratulations to Tressie McMillan Cottom , 2020 recipient of the Public Understanding of Sociology Award who "was selected for her impressive and inspiring commitment to...creatively using sociology for the public good"
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Bob Sutton Jan 17
A not very shocking finding: Men think they're better liars "Men are twice as likely as women to consider themselves to be good at lying and at getting away with it, new research has found."
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TIME'S UP Jan 16
“If academic medical centers and their leaders cannot adequately support Black students & promote Black faculty, then they will continue to leave.” on what losing Black faculty in medicine means for both students and patients. cc:
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Shamus Khan Jan 14
Nov 21, 2014: I first meet . We were set up by to start working through this hugely ambitious project on Sexual Assault Jennifer thought up. Jan 14, 2020: Our book release! We've done a lot in 1880 days. Please, check it out:
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HABIT Advisors Jan 15
New research finds increased sexual harassment at mandatory employee activities held outside of normal work hours. In contrast, when these events include non-employees, such as friends and family, these incidents decrease.
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Stanford VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab Jan 16
Yesterday we got to host at lab meeting to discuss her groundbreaking research with book "Flatlining". Her words: "What kind of society do we want to be? One with ever fewer POC in leadership and institutions that then can't meet the needs of a diverse society?"
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Columbia B-School Jan 15
Replying to @Columbia_Biz
Kathy’s legacy will live on through her daughters and her husband, Damon Phillips, and the inclusive CBS community she worked tirelessly to create.
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Stanford VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab Jan 16
We mourn the passing of eminent scholar . Her work on the causal mechanism btwn sociodemographic diversity and team performance, and intersectional analysis of stereotypes, is foundational to some most cutting edge work in evidence-based approached to advance DEI.
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Marianne Cooper Feb 21
Must read Q&A in the New York Times Magazine with professor Shelley J. Correll of and Prof. Katherine Phillips of about why more women aren't advancing in corporate America
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Amy Diehl, PhD Jan 15
Pay transparency is good for worker productivity & prevents gender & racial discrimination. Discrimination on an individual level is hard to prove but when pay is transparent, structural inequalities are hard to hide. It is starting point to fix wage gaps.
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Stanford eCorner Jan 15
How do you great ideas in any context across a spectrum of networks, organizations and purposes? That's the question that Bob Sutton and other scaling-focused collaborators are hoping to answer through the Stanford Scaling Network.
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Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana, Ph.D. Jan 14
There are 116 recommendations of black women with sociology and sociology adjacent research in the replies to the tweet below who span every subfield. There is NO reason a syllabus shouldn’t have at least 5 black women on it. Just sayin...
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Sarah Damaske Jan 14
“Among Americans born in the late 1980s, only 44% were in jobs with higher socioeconomic status than their parents when both were age 30, while 49% had positions of lower status, according to” . Great coverage of this important Pathways issue.
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Aliya Rao Jan 14
I wrote a short piece for on my recent article in (currently online first). Read it here:
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Marianne Cooper Jan 13
Highlighting women's achievements makes them want to be the boss, research shows
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Amy Diehl, PhD Jan 13
Ditch the pitch: VC funding has 4 stages (deal sourcing, pitching, due diligence & closing). To lessen , VCs could eliminate the pitch (known to be biased) & rely on the last two stages which are data-driven/less hospitable to bias.
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Lori N Mackenzie Jan 14
Great strategies we can each do to advance more equitable workplaces. I like "Recognize women's contributions in both public and private settings" as it helps overcome the lack of recognition but also feels good
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