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The language of gender bias in performance reviews

Although workplace evaluations are supposed to be merit-based, gender bias too often influences how supervisors rate employees, resulting in women having to meet a higher bar than their male colleagues to advance professionally, finds a new study coauthored by Shelley J. Correll, a professor of organizational behavior (by courtesy) at Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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Ageism in the workplace persists as a complicated prejudice

A new study finds that prejudice against older coworkers persists even among those who openly oppose racism and sexism.

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How to excel at virtual communication

Matt Abrahams, Graduate School of Business lecturer and the host of the podcast Think Fast, Talk Smart, shares insights from Stanford experts about how to best communicate, share information, and cultivate a professional presence though the screen. (Listen to the episode or read the transcript.)

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Stanford GSB looks back at one year of sheltering in place

How the Stanford GSB campus and community responded to the pandemic — as told through images.

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Question everything: Why curiosity Is communication’s secret weapon

In this podcast episode, we discuss how asking strong questions helps you build trust and connect with your audience.

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Voices of Stanford GSB: Matteo Maggiori

“Crises may be extremely rare, but there is a meaningful difference between extremely rare and impossible,” says Matteo Maggiori, associate professor of finance.

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Want to learn how things really work at your new job? Talk to the people at the bottom

New research shows that people of all ranks look to low-level peers for information about organizational social norms.

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The staggering costs of health insurance ‘sludge’

A new study finds that dealing with health insurance administrators costs the U.S. economy billions in wasted work time and lost productivity.

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What’s behind the pay gap in STEM jobs?

Stanford researcher explore why women are paid less than men for entry-level positions — and find that it has nothing to do with their skill sets.

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Building successful relationships: How to effectively communicate in your professional and personal life

In this podcast episode, we discuss how our behavior impacts our relationships and sharing our feelings can lead to more success as a leader.

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