Research

The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • How to manage your workload and avoid burnout

    9 October 2019

    Taking on too much work is a recipe for burnout and drowns out your key skills. Narrow your focus, and learn not to overextend yourself.

    Those who crave career success tend to take on way too much work.

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  • We’re in it together

    9 October 2019

    2 hours ago Guardian Angels PHOTO: AdobeStock “Gender-inclusive leadership and corporate social responsibility, examined through the lens of corporate philanthropy, are linked. Compared to companies without women executive leaders, companies with gender-inclusive leadership teams contributed, on average, more charitable funds.” (Data from Catalyst – catalyst.org – 2011 – and Harvard Business School Research).

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  • Gender Pay Gap In Finance Is Big, Especially Among Asset Management Firms

    3 October 2019

    The UK’s huge asset management industry must get serious about tackling a widening gender pay gap amid pushback from some in the sector who see the drive to narrow the discrepancy as merely a politically correct, box-ticking exercise, a new report says. Of the five UK business sectors with the biggest gaps between what men and women are paid—banking, investment management, insurance, real estate and travel—asset management is up there with the worst performers.

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  • Female CEOs are 45% more likely to get fired than males. Here are 6 high-achieving women who bounced back after a major firing

    3 October 2019

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    • Female CEOs are 45% more likely to get fired than male ones. And even across industries, prominent women have lost their jobs.
    • From Oprah Winfrey to Anna Wintour, many industry giants have found themselves suddenly unemployed.
    • After getting fired, all of these women found themselves soaring to even greater heights than they had in their previous positions.
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  • I’ve spent 20 years studying bias at work. Here’s how to design an effective diversity training

    3 October 2019

    The key is to arm bystanders to interrupt bias, so that the people experiencing bias don’t have to carry that load alone.

    Bias trainings have a bad rap. And for good reason: Widely cited research by Frank Dobbin, Alexandra Kalev, and Erin Kelly found that diversity evaluations and diversity trainings for managers are often ineffective. It was a rigorous study, but it’s important to recognize what it found and what it didn’t.

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