Gender inequality traps to avoid at work

Gender inequality behaviours continue to flourish in the workplace. A great recent piece by Facebook honcho Sheryl Sandberg and academic Adam Grant in the New York Times (‘Madame CEO, get me a coffee?’) reminded me how much. Face it, Sheryl and Adam said, women do far more office “housework” than do men. The “housework” is the sometimes unseen […]

Don’t be so biased!

Bias is usually a generalisation based on limited experiences or examples, and at work it can close us down to new experiences with people. We don’t always perceive bias. Sometimes it’s in ourselves or it may be lurking in the person right near you. It may be: an assumption voiced as fact an irrational or […]