I’ve spent 20 years studying bias at work. Here’s how to design an effective diversity training

03 October 2019

The key is to arm bystanders to interrupt bias, so that the people experiencing bias don’t have to carry that load alone.

Bias trainings have a bad rap. And for good reason: Widely cited research by Frank Dobbin, Alexandra Kalev, and Erin Kelly found that diversity evaluations and diversity trainings for managers are often ineffective. It was a rigorous study, but it’s important to recognize what it found and what it didn’t.

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