Posts Tagged ‘uber’

Starbucks – Kudos and Caution

Why Your Unconscious Bias Training Isn’t Working Will your company be the next front page story in the news? Will you be the next Starbucks, Google, Monster, or Uber? What are you doing to drive real change and an understanding of diversity and inclusion deep into middle management and throughout your organization to customer-facing employees? In the wake of…

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Is Monster the New Uber? The Similarities are Staggering.

Sexual harassment and hostile work environments continue to dominate the news Last February, I wrote the opinion piece, Five Lessons Companies Should Learn From Uber About Sexual Harassment, for HuffPost. At that time I noted, “Today, the bulls-eye falls on Uber and Silicon Valley, but tomorrow it may be your industry or company.” Nearly a year…

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Why Your Unconscious Bias Training Isn’t Working

Jeffery Tobias Halter on why most unconscious bias training doesn't work

Why Unconscious Gender Bias Training is Essential Will your company be the next Google or Uber? What are you doing to drive real change and an understanding of diversity and inclusion deep into middle management and throughout your organization? It is truly a tale of two strategies, the companies that are doing it well and the companies that are…

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What Can Your Company Learn from the Google Diversity Debacle

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Why your diversity and unconscious bias training is failing. Google made headlines over the weekend when a 10-page manifesto released by a white male engineer about his beliefs on meritocracy and the shortcomings of Google’s diversity and unconscious bias training efforts went viral. His essay suggests that the company encourage ideological rather than gender diversity and argues that…

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Women Can Achieve Their Career Goals by Educating Men

Forbes Jeffery Tobias Halter gender equality in the workplace

Jeffery Tobias Halter is a white man who says he can teach women how to teach men about gender equality in the workplace. I know, I’m also skeptical about a man standing up for women. Isn’t that just another way to reinforce the norm of male leadership? But I’m also a pragmatist. So if he’s advancing…

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