Over the past few years, the Stanford GIN group has discussed research on gender differences, voice, and body posture. We have learned that standing stand tall and lowering our voices can help to increase power and risk tolerance. But, how can we, as individuals, translate this research knowledge into action? This week the Clayman Institute for Gender Studies launched an online education program that aims to do exactly this and to catalyze change. For example, hear Business School Professor Dr. Deborah Grunfeld discuss how to match your body language to each situation and other thought leaders and leading researchers about how women and men can maximize effectiveness within diverse organizations.
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