Emily Carian

“After devoting time, effort, and resources to reducing bias, why are organizations still struggling to see the impact on the advancement of women to leadership positions? In newly published research at the VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab at Stanford University, we worked with a top professional services firm we call PS1, which implemented training to reduce manager bias in performance evaluations. We found that although managers were able to curb differences in how they described employees’ traits and behaviors (“viewing biases”), they were unlikely to catch differences in how they rewarded employees for those traits and behaviors (“valuing biases”)."

Continue reading at:  https://hbr.org/2023/12/research-why-gender-bias-persists-even-when-organizations-try-to-curb-it.

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