“Endorsing the competence of women leaders helps eliminate the effects of bias”

March 08, 20161 minute read

Shelley Correll, Stanford Professor and Barbara D. Finberg Director of the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University, in a video posted by The Clayman Institute. A member of the Clayman Institute’s Past Advisory Council is featured in an Up-Close Conversation at the April 27-29 AWESOME Symposium. She is Christiana Shi, President, Direct to Consumer, NIKE.

The second Up-Close Conversation will be with Christie Smith, Managing Principal for Consulting in the West region of the U.S., Deloitte, and Managing Principal for Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion and Community Impact.

Up-Close Conversations are a signature element of the AWESOME Symposium that also features panel discussions, “Buzz” sessions, networking opportunities, and a special session for emerging leaders who have been recommended by a senior leader.