Beyond Bias: The Path to End Gender Inequality at Work
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What We're Saying
Structural changes are the only real hope we have of confronting structural discrimination so we can achieve fair, equal, and equitable career outcomes for women and men. READ FULL DESCRIPTION
- Prioritize Elimination of Exclusionary Behavior
- Adopt Bias-free Methods of Decision-Making
- Treat Inequality in the Home as a Workplace Problem
- Halt Unequal Performance Evaluations and Leadership Development Opportunities
--Joan C. Williams, Author of Bias Interrupted: Creating Inclusion for Real and for Good, Harvard Business Review Press, 2021
"Beyond Bias's actionable best practices equip leaders with the tools to create an equitable and more productive workplace that allows everyone to thrive. The "must read" for every leader who is serious about positioning their organization for success in the 21st century!"
--David G. Smith, PhD, Johns Hopkins University & W. Brad Johnson, PhD, U.S. Naval Academy, authors of Good Guys and Athena Rising "Finally, a book that tackles workplace gender inequality at the root of the problem. Grounded in solid research, this book is a must for leaders determined to improve business results by fostering deeper engagement from both men and women."
--Carol Frohlinger, President, Negotiating Women, Inc. "Beyond Bias is a timely, powerful, and compelling book. In it, Kramer and Harris provide a clear and do-able PATH to create a business climate where people feel trusted and appreciated; one where DE&I is more than hope--it becomes a reality."
--Andi Simon, Ph.D. Corporate Anthropologist and CEO Simon Associates Management Consultants "Here it is! We've long been in pursuit of creating a bias-free workplace--what is needed to unlock so much potential and profit for our businesses. Yet so many companies have put in place huge efforts that have failed. Through their PATH program, Andie and Al show us how big goals are met through small wins. Focus on the seemingly small practices they outline that compound over time, and you and your organization will reach the goal we all seek."
--Lee Caraher, CEO, Double Forte, Author of Millennials & Management and The Boomerang Principle, and host of Everything Speaks