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Report: Calling All White Men – Can Training Help Create Inclusive Workplaces?

In a rarely done study, Catalyst (a leading nonprofit membership organization expanding opportunities for women and business) surveyed a group of Rockwell Automation people managers—mostly white men—and examined the effect that a company-sponsored leadership development program had on these employees’ work lives as well as on the work lives of their closest colleagues. Over the course of just four months, they found evidence that the program, conducted by a group known as White Men as Full Diversity Partners, did, in fact, have a transformative effect, shifting both the mindsets and behaviors of participants.

Read about the study and download the full research report.

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