What does it mean to be gender non-conforming? GATAE MBA Fellow Christopher Hand's video demystifies the often-misunderstood aspects of gender non-conformity, exploring questions around biology, societal expectations and more.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan joins the 'Level the Playing Field' podcast to speak about gender’s role in today’s labour market, and whether we are moving to a meritocracy.
Professor Sarah Kaplan discusses the gendered impacts of the pandemic, how they relate to forces that existed before, and what this will mean for making progress on equity as we emerge into a new world of work.
In the latest episode of the Rotman Executive Summary podcast, professor Sarah Kaplan and Carmina Ravanera explore how equity and accessibility can play a role in the back-to-office conversation.
Busted is a podcast series that busts prominent myths surrounding gender and the economy by teaming up with leading experts in the field. We uncover the origins of myths and find out what the research actually says and give you the tools to bust each myth yourself!
This four-part audio series features the four panel conversations hosted at The BAD Conference. These panels focused on the roots of inequality, how to move towards real change, masculinity, and lessons from practice.
GATE Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang joins the Don't Call Me Resilent podcast, to discuss why corporate diversity statements are backfiring.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan joins the Say Hi to the Future podcast to discuss the founding of GATE, commons myths about gender equality, what the future of inclusive work looks like and more.
GATE Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang joins the Citrix Remote Works podcast to discuss flexible work policies and how they can become burdensome when policies around scheduling or work expectations haven’t been thought through.
Toxic positivity—the idea that the best way to cope with a challenging situation is to put a positive spin on it—is a coping strategy often promoted in companies. In this podcast limited series, GATE MBA Fellow Simone Lima investigates the effects of toxic positivity on employees, especially women, and on company culture.