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Why Having A Babyface Can Help You To Become CEO

One of the reasons I like writing this blog is because I get to share research that most people wouldn’t encounter and here is a great example. Recently at the London School of Economics HR conference I was impressed by [...]

June 4, 2014 Professional
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“Thanks… I think..” When A Compliment Is An Insult At The Same Time.

In the second of a four part series exploring hidden prejudice in the workplace we explore how comments intended as compliments can be deeply insulting. A friend of mine is a high performer; he’s got a great job at a [...]

February 27, 2014 Professional

When That Innocent Question About Your Culture Isn’t So Innocent

In the first of a four part series exploring hidden prejudice in the workplace we explore how discrimination can be so subtle that you may mistake it for genuine personal interest. Not long ago, a friend of mine told me [...]

February 24, 2014 Professional