B.E. GOOD! Podcast | Iris Bohnet: A Nudge for Equality!

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On our next episode we speak to Iris Bohnet, the Academic Dean of Harvard Kennedy School and author of the book What Works: Gender Equality by Design.  In this episode we dive into:

  • The application of behavioral economics, including the use of role models and norms, to accelerate gender equality
  • The role and impact of Diversity Training programs in the private sector, and what the data really shows
  • The ways in which Harvard has applied gender equality nudges to its environment and hiring processes
  • The differential impact of current events and remote working on men and women

Learn more about Iris Bohnet and access associated resources here.

You can also download the transcript of the podcast episode:

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