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Stanford Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research: Continuing the Conversation

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1) Continuing the Conversation We invite you to continue a dialogue with us to foster gender equality in the workplace. The Clayman Institute offers a series of talks and online videos that provide research-based frameworks and skills. Our tools engage women and men to create more inclusive and effective organizations. We recommend these materials and actions as next steps. Voice & Influence online videos available at gender.stanford.edu/voice-influence • Uncovering: Create inclusive environments where people can bring their whole selves to work • Creating a Level Playing Field: Create effective workplaces where all people can thrive • Power & Influence: Learn the body language of power • Harnessing the Power of Stories: Tell stories to share your ideas and bring others on your journey • Negotiation: Learn a negotiation framework to benefit you and your counterpart What One Action will you take tomorrow? We encourage you to identify everyday interactions where you can create change. Commit to One Action that will make a difference to create inclusive workplaces and promote an inclusive society. • Educate yourself through our online content and programs including Voice & Influence, Gender News, and Redesigning, Redefining Work. Visit gender.stanford.edu for more information • Apply our tools, skills and practices in your own life at work or at home • Engage others in a conversation on gender and share your own experiences and discoveries Stay Connected Gender News Join our newsletter for more gender insights and events. Visit gendernews.stanford.edu Workshops Learn more about our full series of workshops and our Corporate Program. Contact csimard@stanford.edu Social Media Follow us on Twitter: @Clayman_Inst Like us on Facebook: Clayman Institute for Gender Research Redesigning, Redefining Work Watch our videobook on redesigning workplaces. Visit gender.stanford.edu/rrw About Us Since its founding in 1974, the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research has been a platform for change to further gender equality. We set a broad research agenda, translate gender research, convene interdisciplinary networks of scholars and advocates, empower women's voices and educate students. In 2014, the Clayman Institute launched the Center for the Advancement of Women's Leadership to link our research to concrete action and develop innovative programming that will impact the landscape of education, industry and government. gender.stanford.edu