What to Do About Employees Who Consciously Exclude Women - Deepstash

Conscious “excluders,” who despite various corporate interventions, continue to treat some folks differently due to their social group membership, may help explain the recent stagnation in progress...

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Conscious Exclusion and what leaders can do about it.

What to Do About Employees Who Consciously Exclude Women

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Excluders disadvantage women’s employment opportunities, perpetuating inequality in various ways:

Disadvantage in hiring and promotions: The bias that can negatively affect ...

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The practice of exclusion should be visible and include specific individual behaviors (e.g., inviting the same, incomplete part of a team for lunch or after-work drinks) and organizational behavior...

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Contacting candidates’ references can often reveal excluders before they make it into your company. You can also ask candidates to write or speak about their specific experience with and approach t...

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Clear, measurable criteria and accountability are key here. Accurate, up-to-date data can be integrated into 360 performance reviews alongside assessments of other organizationally relevant KPIs an...

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Reward inclusive leaders with incentives and recognition, such as highlighting them as role models within the organization, publicly recognizing or celebrating inclusive behaviors and practices, or...

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Use anonymous hotlines for “exclusion” whistleblowers to facilitate confidential reports of exclusionary acts — perhaps particularly when perpetrated by leaders — because those who speak up to inte...

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