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50 Ways to Fight Bias – combat gender bias at work

Author: LeanIn.org

Date: April 18, 2019

Categories: Uncategorized


– Introducing – 

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We are proud to announce 50 Ways to Fight Bias, our new program to help combat gender bias in the workplace.

Whether deliberate or unconscious, bias makes it harder for women to get hired and promoted and negatively impacts their day-to-day work experiences. This hurts women and makes it difficult for companies to level the playing field.

Pairing a card-based activity with a short video series, 50 Ways to Fight Bias brings people of all genders together to have real conversations about everyday forms of gender bias.

We worked with gender experts from the Stanford VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab and Paradigm, a diversity and inclusion consulting firm, to develop a card-based activity that highlights 50 specific examples of gender bias in the workplace, encourages groups to brainstorm solutions together, and offers research-backed recommendations for what to do.

If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Was that bias? Should I have said something?” these cards are for you. We hope this program gives you the tools to address gender bias head-on and helps us all turn around the trends holding women back at work.

– Pamela Nonga Ngue, Editor

How to access 50 ways

The 50 Ways cards come in three formats: a physical deck of cards available to purchase for just $35, a free presentation to download, and a free digital version.

Want to bring 50 Ways to Fight Bias to your company?

Company leaders and employees are looking for concrete ways to take action against gender bias, so we’ve made it easy to bring 50 Ways to Fight Bias to your organization. Learn more about how you can use the program to host large employee workshops, share with managers before hiring and performance reviews, and incorporate the cards and videos into everyday workplace activities. 

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