Black on Bay Street: Hadiya Roderique’s three ways to retain diverse talent

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Black on Bay Street: Hadiya Roderique’s three ways to retain diverse talent

2017-11-11T11:56:32+00:00 Categories: Multimedia, News, Video|Tags: , , |

In this Globe and Mail video, GATE-funded researcher Hadiya Roderique offers three steps organizations can take to support women, racialized minorities and other diverse talent.

This video accompanies her feature piece called Black on Bay Street” which appeared in the Globe and Mail on November 4, 2017.

Hadiya Roderique is currently a doctoral candidate in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management. Her funded project is called, “Race, Gender and Agency in Leadership: An Examination of Intersectional Identities and Agentic Penalties.” This research project will examine the effect of different agentic, leadership behaviors on evaluations of Black and White women leaders. The study predicts that unlike their White counterparts, Black women will be protected from agentic penalties where the described behavior aligns with stereotypes associated with their race and gender.

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