We hosted our 2nd Annual Research Roundtable for academic researchers. This year, the discussion featured a keynote from Professor Laura Morgan Roberts, idea blitzes from U of T researchers, and a debate on the pros and cons of diversity training.
Our colleagues at BEAR (Behavioural Economics at Rotman) have a webinar series. Our own Faculty Research Fellow, Prof. Sonia Kang spoke on "Nudging for Diversity."
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.
This event launched the publication of Rotman Magazine’s special issue on Inequality. We featured four short “TED-style” talks on inequality and what to do about it on October 03, 2017
Anjuan Simmons gave practical tips for what any of us can do to be an ally and lend our privilege to marginalized groups at work.
We brought together senior leaders from Deloitte, TD, the Ontario government, Manulife and RBC to talk about how to be an ally to LGBTQ employees.
Sharing new insights from her landmark research on grit, Angela Duckworth explained why talent is hardly a guarantor of success.
Diane Elson, former Chair of the UK Women's Budget Group talks about gender budgeting which seeks to secure social and economic justice.
Frustrated with the lack of progress towards gender equality in the economy, proponents of diversity are building the "business case" for action. But, Professor Sarah Kaplan argues in this TEDx talk, this may do more harm than good.
If gender equality promises benefits to everyone, why aren’t we embracing it? Catherine Mayer tackles this question in “Attack of the Fifty Foot Women.” | April 2017