wapppHKSWork cultures that reward overwork are often the biggest culprits for holding women back from professional progress, not work-life balance, according to research by @HarvardHBS professor Robin J. Ely.
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wapppHKSNew research by Dr. @IvonaHideg argues that companies must be thoughtful in their implementation of diversity efforts — or risk turning the very people they aim to protect into targets for mistreatment.
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wapppHKSIt is up to businesses to think creatively about ways to build the childcare infrastructure we need to help working parents keep working for their families, and the economy as a whole, says WAPPP Fellow @SasserModestino.
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wapppHKSWAPPP Co-Director Iris Bohnet discusses the effectiveness of unconscious bias training, arguing that combatting inequality in all its forms requires us to “de-bias systems, not people.”
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wapppHKSMany organizations make the mistake of jumping to #strategy first, instead of as a final step. Any strategy is worthless without implementation. - Robert Livingston on the importance of investing time and resources into your organization's anti-racist work #WLBSpring2021
wapppHKS"Humans aren't data processors - we don't respond to just facts and figure, but also to people and stories. If we want #social#change, we need social #exchange" - Robert Livingston on why he called his new book "the Conversation" #WLBSpring2021
wapppHKSUp next at #WLBSpring2021: A discussion on Robert Livingston's new book "The Conversation" on combating racism in organizations and institutions with WAPPP co-director Iris Bohnet t.co/YtmO52fXKY
abosedeaIt was such a pleasure to moderate a panel today with these amazing @wapppHKS Oval Office alums as a current Oval Office student myself. They shared how Oval Office prepared and propelled them to run for office and continues to be a strong support network. #WLBSpring2021t.co/NPChddFeet
VKSullivanFormer Australian prime minister Julia Gillard: tried three times and lost. By the time she won, was crystal clear on why she was there. Failure is painful but our long term friend.
wapppHKS“Men’s appearance, even when commented on, is viewed as an eccentricity & not a character trait. Whereas with women, it’s leveraged as a character trait—if she’s unkempt in her appearance, the belief is that she doesn’t have the discipline to be a leader.” -- @JuliaGillard
wapppHKSHow do we successfully build back better from COVID-19? @JuliaGillard stresses the importance of a gendered analysis to policymaking: "We need to make sure gender equity is hardwired into every policy around the world."
wapppHKS“It really concerns me that we’re seeing rising rates of women dropping out of the labor force as a result of the pandemic & its potential long-lasting effects.”--@JuliaGillard on the importance of dismantling barriers that have arisen for women during the pandemic #WLBSpring2021
wapppHKS“When it comes to #gender#equity, a lot of people think they know what works—even when the research tells us that isn’t the right strategy.”-- @JuliaGillard on the importance of evidence-based strategies to advance gender equity.
wapppHKS“We want it to be a handbook for women — young women especially — so they can be forewarned about the reality of women’s leadership.” -- @JuliaGillard on how "Women and Leadership: Real Lives, Real Lessons" was crafted.
wapppHKSThe technological revolution of the past 2 decades has made possible a new form of power that operates differently, like a current. We're excited to welcome @henrytimms to discuss his new book & how to harness the energy of "new power." t.co/tTQhgiel9l#WLBSpring2021