Carol Kulik, Research Professor of Human Resource Management, University of South Australia Business School and Incoming President, Academy of Management will be the keynote speaker at a special breakfast event hosted by the HR Research Centre (HRRC).
Organizations are under pressure to increase the representation of women in senior management roles and narrow gender salary gaps.
Some countries are increasing regulatory requirements that monitor organizations’ gender diversity composition and practices; organizations that fail to display gender diversity may be criticized in the public press.
In the face of these pressures, many organizations want to be more proactive in managing gender diversity but aren’t sure where to start.
At this breakfast, we’ll address some fundamental questions about gender diversity: What value can organizations realistically expect from higher levels of gender diversity, particularly in management roles? Which management practices are most likely to increase gender diversity in organizations? How do organizational paradigms constrain the adoption of those practices?
And how can organizations leverage career pipelines to deliver gender diversity across all organizational levels?
|Date||Monday September 3rd|
|Time||8:30 - 10:30 am|
Pre-registration essential. Register here
This event is organised by the Human Resources Research Centre at UCC.
Professor Carol T. Kulik is a Research Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of South Australia Business School, and a senior researcher within the Centre for Workplace Excellence (CWeX). Her research focuses on the effective management of workforce diversity and organisational fairness. Current projects are investigating strategies for closing the gender gap in salary negotiations, reducing stereotype threat among mature-age workers, and motivating organisations to invest in diversity management practice. Professor Kulik has been an Associate Editor at the Academy of Management Journal and the Journal of Management. She is in a 5-year leadership track at the Academy of Management (AOM); the track includes serving as AOM President in 2019.