At the new book launch of "Survive and Thrive," Sarah Kaplan gave a short talk on her chapter on the challenges of achieving gender diversity and how to address them.
Rotman's Women in Management Association (WIMA) has launched a series of videos on gender and emotional intelligence. Part 1 is an interview with Professor Stéphane Côté on how perceptions of men's and women's emotions affect their leadership effectiveness.
András Tilcsik, associate professor of strategic management, received a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair. His work with GATE focuses on de-biasing job evaluations.
The Australian news paper points to Sarah Kaplan's article on "gender equality as an innovation challenge" and how "the demand for a business case perpetuates existing ways of doing business"
The Financial Times Business School Newsletter points to Sarah Kaplan's Rotman Management Magazine on gender equality as an innovation challenge (and the problem with the business case for diversity)
When women are unsure about whether or not they belong, rejections lead to withdrawal.
As part of our Rotman Short Talks series, hear from Professor Sonia Kang about how diversity statements can have unintended consequences, leading to less diversity in hiring, not more.
As part of our Rotman Short Talks series, hear from Professor Sarah Kaplan about why progress towards gender equality is slow. In it, she focuses on the risks of backlash and the discomfort associated with diversity.
As part of our Rotman Short Talks series, hear from Professor Stéphane Côté about how social class affects our behaviour., especially how increasing inequality can be self-reinforcing.
As part of our Rotman Short Talks series, hear from Tanya van Biesen, Executive Director of Canada, Catalyst, Inc. and Rotman alumna about how working towards gender equality can position firms to do better in the War for Talent.