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WRITTEN BY FRANCESCA FONTANA Research shows that getting ahead requires constructive criticism—and that many women don’t get the frank assessments they need. Read more at wsj.com
WRITTEN BY ALISON WYNN Two ways tech companies often try to improve their cultures for women are through unconscious bias training and mentorship programs. But these programs often fall short of their goals. Unconscious bias training attempts to combat bias in the workplace, but existing research...
WRITTEN BY ALISON T. WYNN "We just lost our lord.” That was what one employee of an academic medical center told me after her boss, Beth, left. As the head of diversity in the dean’s office, Beth was in charge of fixing the problems of physician burnout, work-life conflict, and turnover for the...
WRITTEN BY LUKE SYKORA Harness the power of diversity in your organization. When you start pursuing a new venture, consider how you network, hire, promote and even build an office. Read more at ecorner.stanford.edu
WRITTEN BY SARAH A. SOULE, DAVINA DRABKIN, AND LORI MACKENZIE Stereotypes are often reinforced by the words we choose to use. For example, when researchers recently analyzed massive text datasets, they found that in the 1910s, Asians in the U.S. were often characterized by words like “barbaric” or...

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