It’s Possible (and Dangerous) to Be Over-Inclusive

It’s Possible (and Dangerous) to Be Over-Inclusive » Transform Thinking and PerformanceBy Khalil Smith, Heidi Grant & Kamila Sip

Organizations have rightly started making diversity and inclusion top priorities. And accordingly, managers have become more sensitive about who they hire, promote, and assign to projects. They’ve also become more sensitive to sharing information equitably among their staff, and worked harder to give people the right amount of exposure within the department or organization.

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2018-09-18T11:44:03-05:00September 10th, 2018|

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