You are being treated unfairly at work because of your gender? In this episode of the HBR suggestions of podcasts, Dear HBR:,cohosts Alison Beard and the Danish Golden answer to your question in the help and Michelle King Director of inclusion on Netflix and the author of The fix: to overcome the invisible barriers, is to keep women at work. They talked about what to do when you and the other woman in your team is being marginalized, you are a man experiencing reverse discrimination or gender bias, to prevent your progress.
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From Alison and Dan’s reading list for this episode:
HBR: What most people get wrong about men and women by Catherine H. Tinsley and Robin J. Erie—”we see gender differences in a variety of situations, including the workplace, but these differences do not originate fixed gender characteristics. On the contrary, they stem from organizational structures, corporate practices and modes of interaction, the men and women in different ways, creating a systematically different experience for them.”
HBRIn order to solve the gender bias in your company, start with the group by Todd Warner and Michelle King”until the organization’s leaders have the courage to take a comprehensive look at diversity and inclusion and to understand its real driver,we’d be stuck half-day workshops. And as we all know, a half-day workshop is not going to cut it.”
HBR: How men can become better allies to the women’s W. Brad Johnson and David G. Smith—”but including men in diversity efforts is not as simple as inviting them to the gender equality event. These efforts often reveal a reluctance, if not obvious concern for the men. Sexism is a system, although it is a system that privileges of the people, it is also the policy of male behavior. Understanding that, it is important to change the system.”
HBR: Diversity policies rarely make the enterprise more fair, they feel threatened, the white man’s Tessa L. Dover, Brenda Major and Cheryl R. Kaiser—”we see gender differences in a variety of situations, including the workplace, but these differences do not originate fixed gender characteristics. On the contrary, they stem from organizational structures, corporate practices and modes of interaction, the men and women in different ways, creating a systematically different experience for them.”
A complete written record of the incident will be available January 2,2020.