Learn how to spot gender bias—and hear successful women’s strategies for navigating it. Four common patterns of gender bias shape today’s workplaces. This video series will help you: Spot all four patterns; and Learn proven strategies successful women use to navigate subtle bias.
[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Katty Kay is the lead anchor of BBC World News America in Washington. She has authored The Confidence Code and Womenomics with Claire Shipman. She was the keynote speaker for day one of the Women’s Global Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. in 2013.
[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Ashley Milne-Tyte is a journalist and the host of The Broad Experience, a podcast on women in the workplace. She is an adjunct professor at the Columbia Journalism School, teaching radio storytelling skills.
MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Below are titles from our list of “must-read” books that deal with issues of women’s leadership, work/life balance, and gender equity at work and at home. We’ve included discussion questions designed by the author(s) of each book exclusively for WLE. Get together with your colleagues and host a book club.
Studies show that subtle gender and racial biases often creep into performance evaluations. Learn how to design and fill out performance evaluations to avoid this. Research shows that women’s reviews are more likely to contain negative feedback, and women tend to receive different types of criticism than men. Men typically receive constructive suggestions related to …
[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Susan Colantuono is the CEO of Leading Women, a consulting firm dedicated to closing the leadership gender gap. She is the author of No Ceiling, No Walls: What Women Haven’t Been Told About Leadership and Make the Most of Mentoring. Her work often focuses on gender dynamics, …