We know from previous research that remote work can improve interactions for women – but we also know that existing bias will still impact work assignment, interactions, and perception of value. Does this new work context increase or decrease stereotyping, harassment, and coaching support? How does a remote work culture change the way co-workers interact? What are the best techniques for managing remote diverse teams?
This Team Onboarding Checklist is based that research with managers and new hires working in a wide variety of companies. Armed with what works and doesn’t for new hires, we created the Team Onboarding Checklist to help managers plan for new hire success.
Women often state, and our research confirms, that women don’t feel valued or heard. They say that men, managers, or teammates are “bro’s” or “jerks”. But what does this mean?
Our team techniques help to minimize conflict, bias and interpersonal friction. Volunteer your team to be part of the Living Lab. Try out and co-invent best practices.
Team Onboarding: The first step in helping women thrive is making sure they are set up for success starting on day one. The Team Onboarding Checklist has been tried by managers across multiple companies. We will roll it out along with services in April 2020.