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Behavioural Approaches to Diversity (BAD) Conference

8:00-8:59am check-in and light breakfast; 9:00am sharp to 5:00pm sessions; 5:00pm onward reception

Event Details

Speaker Series | Research Discussions | Panel Discussion | Networking Event

Date: Friday September 28, 2018 | 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Speaker(s): Maydianne Andrade, Vice-Dean Faculty Affairs & Equity, Canada Research Chair, University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)
Nouman Ashraf, Assistant Professor, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, University of Toronto
Iris Bohnet, Roy E. Larsen Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Christia Spears Brown, Professor, Developmental Psychology, University of Kentucky
Humberto Carolo, Executive Director, White Ribbon
Jeewan Chanicka, Superintendent Equity, Anti-Rascism, and Anti-Oppression, Toronto District School Board
Dolly Chugh, Associate Professor, Management and Organizations, Stern School of Business, New York University
Andrei Cimpian, Associate Professor, Psychology, New York University
Alice Eagly, Professor, Psychology and Management and Organizations, Northwestern University
Varun Gauri, Senior Economist, Development Economics Vice Presidency, World Bank
Rony Hacohen, Advisor, Behavioural Insights Team (BIT)
Jamil Jivani, Author, "Why Young Men: Rage, Race and the Crisis of Identity;" Founder, The Citizen Empowerment Project
Sonia Kang, Associate Professor, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, University of Toronto Mississauga
Sarah Kaplan, Distinguished Professor and Director, Institute for Gender and the Economy, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Nam Kiwanuka, Journalist, Host and Producer, The Agenda in the Summer, TVO
Kathleen McLaughlin, Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, Walmart Inc.; President, Walmart Foundation
Katherine Milkman, Professor, Operations, Information and Decisions, Wharton School, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Co-director, Behavior Change for Good Initiative
CJ Pascoe, Associate Professor, Sociology; David M. and Nancy L. Petrone Faculty Scholar, University of Oregon
Eric Singler, Managing Director, BVA; Managing Director, PRS IN VIVO
Jackie VanderBrug, Managing Director and Investment Strategist, Chief Investment Office (CIO), Global Wealth & Investment Management (GWIM), Bank of America Corporation
Topic: New solutions from behavioural science for making real progress on inclusion
Venue: Desautels Hall (2nd floor, South Building) | map
Rotman School of Management, U of Toronto,
105 St George Street
Location: Toronto
Cost: All fees do not include taxes - General Admission: $500.00 per person; Employees of Governments and Non-Profits: $400.00; Rotman or UofT Alumni: $299.00; Current faculty or staff of universities or colleges: $199.00; Current students of universities or colleges: $99.00
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Fees include all sessions, light breakfast, box lunch, and refreshments

Official conference website: badconference.com

Putting behavioural science into practice

Making advances in diversity are key to an organization's growth and success. However, most efforts to increase diversity and inclusion fail, and some even end up doing more harm than good. That's why we're taking an innovative approach.

By capitalizing on insights from the behavioural sciences, we plan on disrupting the increasingly ineffective interventions for diversity and inclusion in order to develop more sustainable solutions backed by the latest scientific breakthroughs and insights.

HOTELS: Here are two that are each a short walk from the conference. We have not negotiated a block of rooms at either.

QUESTIONS: badconference@rotman.utoronto.ca | 416 978-6119 | 416 978-6122



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