In male-dominated fields, such as engineering, where women experience rapid mobility into managerial roles, this study suggests that an inverted role hierarchy may disadvantage such women.
In our first Corporate Partner Workshop, our researchers and partners engaged on the gender wage gap, the state-of-the-art on the business case for diversity, the unintended consequences of diversity statements and more.
Emanuela Heyninck, the pay equity commissioner for Ontario, and Sarah Kaplan join forces to write an op-ed for The Globe and Mail detailing how Canada can lead the conversation on gender economic equality.
Sarah Kaplan joined former PM Kim Campbell for a panel discussion on women in leadership as reported by The Varsity
If a board doesn't have any female directors, it is missing some critical skills that would improve its advisory capacity says GATE researcher Daehyun Kim in Forbes India
Organizations are constantly challenged to create environments for every employee to feel included and valued. We report on our Oxford-style debate on the effectiveness of diversity training in achieving these goals.
Our course, Designing for Equality, featured in MetroNews: using design thinking to solve gender-based challenges, including women on boards.
Sarah Kaplan gave testimony on the gender and diversity provisions in Bill C-25 which focuses on corporate board governance.
We hosted our 2nd Annual Research Round Table 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.
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.