Study: Diversity Training Doesn’t Have the Intended Effect
It's least effective in people whose behavior most needs improvement
Is it worthwhile to invest in diversity training? Or is it not pulling its weight?
A new report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has an answer: a little from column A, a lot more from column B.
The report from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School summarizes research involving more than 3,000 employees at a global professional services firm. The study examined whether a brief online diversity training program changed attitudes and behaviors toward women in the workplace.
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