Stereotypes can thwart how we analyze situations and though we might not realize, influence our choices. The good news is that we can do something about it! Here are some tips to protect yourself as far as possible against decision-making bias.
Sometimes nicknamed “empathy neurons” or “Gandhi neurons”, mirror neurons are understood to be what causes contagious yawning and the perception of non-verbal language.
“We are working very hard to get women out of the stereotypes they’ve put them in,” states Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, CEO of 20-first.
How do you go about reducing your mental load? Here are a few tips.
Nearly half of all S&P 500 employees are women, but they only hold 37% of first or mid-level management positions and less than 6% are CEOs. Although more women are now in senior management roles than ever before, the pipeline to the top is still leaky, meaning that the number of women who get to leadership positions does not reflect the proportion of women further down the ranks.
As you read this, millions of high-caliber women around the world are shut out of traditional recruitment processes. These are women who have stepped out of their professional careers for two, five or fifteen years…
Overall, Why does patriarchy persist? is a groundbreaking book because it helps us to analyze the gender hierarchy through the lenses of psychology. Going against the same dictatorial system they report, Carol Gillian and Naomi Snider dare to speak and to use their (feminine) voice to share their scientific discoveries.
In 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon. The EVE team decided to focus on this inspiring woman and to highlight her association “261 Fearless”.
Be the change you want to see in the world.” Gandhi’s famous words could be a motto for the movers and shakers of this world, AKA “change makers”. But who really are these people who want to help the world go in the “right” direction? The EVE webmagazine investigates.