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Katherine Phillips, Columbia Business School: Why Diverse Teams are Smarter

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On this week’s episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Katherine Phillips, Reuben Mark Professor of Organisational Character and Director of The Bernstein Centre for Leadership and Ethics, Columbia Business School, sat down with Michael Hocking to discuss how businesses can create better diversity and inclusion in the workplace, ahead of her appearance at the HRD Roadshow in New York on September 24th.

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How can we move diversity and inclusion beyond a conversation? It’s one of the defining questions facing the world of work, and one that it is our responsibility to answer.

On this week’s episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Katherine Phillips, Reuben Mark Professor of Organisational Character and Director of The Bernstein Centre for Leadership and Ethics, Columbia Business School, sat down with Michael Hocking to discuss how businesses can create better diversity and inclusion in the workplace, ahead of her appearance at the HRD Roadshow on September 24th 2019 in Mid-Town, NYC.

The focus of the roadshow is, ‘Why Diverse Teams are Smarter’. Tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis – if you’d like to attend, you can find more details and register at the HRD Summit/US Roadshow Series website.

Listen via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitchr, HRD Connect, or wherever you get your podcasts.

 

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