Robust appraisal systems make pay transparency an opportunity to improve performance rather than a compliance burden.
Research reveals the factors managers can change to more equitably position women and people of color for career success.
Haig R. Nalbantian
Three recent books on workplace sexism and racism highlight concrete actions leaders can take to support diversity.
Employers must recognize that women are 41% more likely to experience toxic culture in the workplace than men are.
Donald Sull and Charles Sull
If more women are to be promoted into leadership posts in the financial services industry, a cultural change is needed.
Grace Lordan and Teresa Almeida
In a Q&A, author and consultant Ruchika Tulshyan discusses her work toward opening the lens of inclusion for leaders.
Ruchika Tulshyan, interviewed by Chris Clearfield
Work assignments can be powerful tools to propel employees’ growth when assessed and used deliberately.
Erin Macke, Gabriela Gall Rosa, Shannon Gilmartin, and Caroline Simard
New research on subtle gender bias highlights the anxiety underpinning biased behavior and suggests ways to defuse it.
Maryam Kouchaki, Burak Oc, and Ekaterina Netchaeva
Sponsors can play a role in growing and strengthening the pipeline of women leaders in organizations.
To show respect for individuality, leaders should support the use of personal pronouns in communication.