What Works: Gender Equality by Design
An Evening with Professor Iris Bohnet
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Join Iris Bohnet, Professor of Public Policy and the director of the Women and Public Policy Program at the Harvard Kennedy School, for an evening exploring her research and new book, What Works: Gender Equality by Design.
Gender equality is a moral and a business imperative. But unconscious bias holds us back, and de-biasing people’s minds has proven to be difficult and expensive. Behavioral design offers a new solution. Presenting research-based solutions, Professor Bohnet will discuss tools to move the needle in classrooms and boardrooms, in hiring and promotion, benefiting businesses, governments, and the lives of millions.
A light reception will immediately follow the program.
Harvard Alumni and Friends of the Harvard community: $10
Students: Free (registration required)
Iris Bohnet is Professor of Public Policy and the director of the Women and Public Policy Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. She is also the co-chair of the Behavioral Insights Group (BIG) at the Center for Public Leadership at HKS, an associate director of the Harvard Decision Science Laboratory and the faculty chair of the executive program Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century for the World Economic Forums Young Global Leaders. A behavioral economist combining insights from economics and psychology, her research focuses on questions of trust and decision-making, often with a gender or cross-cultural perspective. Professor Bohnet teaches decision-making, negotiation and gender in public policy and leadership in degree and executive programs, and has been engaged in the teaching, training and consulting of private and public sector leaders in the United States, Europe, India and the Middle East.
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