Presentation on theme: "Second Generation forms of Gender Bias The powerful yet often invisible barriers to women’s advancement that arise from cultural beliefs about gender,"— Presentation transcript:
Second Generation forms of Gender Bias The powerful yet often invisible barriers to women’s advancement that arise from cultural beliefs about gender, as well as workplace structures, practices, and patterns of interaction that inadvertently favor men Pedagogical theories have failed to keep pace with practice. “An earlier generation’s hope that filling the pipeline would eventually produce parity up through the ranks has clearly not materialized. At the same time, organizations’ widespread adoption of policies prohibiting sex discrimination, while opening many doors to women, have also failed to close the gender gap at more senior levels, suggesting that impediments to women’s advancement are more complex and elusive than deliberate forms of sex discrimination (Ely, Ibarra and Kolb, 2011).
Core Power Structure/Leadership Creating Gender Roles (Social Science Emphasis) Women in the Arts/Humanities Women in STEM Women in the Workforce Global Feminism These six areas seek to: Situate topics and tools in an analysis of second generation gender bias. Create a “holding environment” to support women’s identity work. Anchor participants on their leadership purpose.
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