Join us Tuesday, September 1, 2020, at 12 p.m. EST as we welcome Dr. Tanya Menon to discuss how women can stand their ground in the workplace. This program is brought to you by Fisher College of Business Executive Education, Graduate Programs Office, and the Association of Staff and Faculty Women at The Ohio State University.
You're a Threat, Own It!
Research on selective incivility indicates that people feel particularly empowered to direct disrespect towards women, minorities, and particularly female minorities. Over the years, the women I've worked with (junior/ senior, diverse ethnicities) have shared with me their experiences with these situations and their responses. I describe my own research in this area, and some recommendations to stand your ground in these situations.
About Dr. Tanya Menon
Dr. Tanya Menon teaches in the Executive MBA program and serves the college as professor of management and human resources. Dr. Menon studies how people think about relationships, and how this affects the way they make decisions, collaborate, and lead at work. Her research has been cited in various media outlets including NPR, the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Times of London (UK), and the Guardian (UK). She has won multiple teaching awards (at both Ohio State and as Associate Professor at the University of Chicago).
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