CCL researcher Marcia A. Dawkins combined meaningful experientials with leading-edge research to inform leaders of 2023’s top leadership trends.
The conversation is an initiative of the Black Professionals ERG and is designed to be useful for both Black professionals and organizations interested in better understanding the multi-faceted challenge of resilience and well-being for Black professionals at their organizations.
Three studies of 8000+ U.S. students suggests that motivational payoff does not lead to equivalent academic achievement for White, Black, Latinx, and Indigenous students.
CCL senior data scientist Sirish Shrestha was invited to attend an evening discussion with industry leaders to discuss the latest issues in AI and data science.
CCL Chief Research and Innovation Officer, Dave Altman, joins ILA Board.
In this post, David Altman shares how incrementalism theory by applying small changes in processes, technology, or resources can result in big changes.
CCL Researcher Diane Bergeron’s article discussing sex-biased measurement scales selected for SAGE Perspectives blog.
Stephanie Wormington is featured in a publication of the most productive early career scholars in educational psychology.
Among the topics discussed were gendered social roles, bias in organizational processes, women’s heavier caretaking burden (at work and at home), the myth of meritocracy, and actions steps for both individuals and managers.