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For Women Leaders, Body Language Matters

Deborah Gruenfeld Deborah Gruenfeld of the Stanford Graduate School of Business had some sobering news to share with a group of high-level women executives and entrepreneurs. “When it comes to leadership,” Gruenfeld told the group, “there are very few differences in what men and women actually do and how they behave. But there are major differences in perception. Men and women doing the same things are perceived and evaluated differently.”

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From human trafficking to neuroplasticity, the 2010-2011 Clayman Institute Fellows advance gender equality in the twenty-first century

Deborah GruenfeldThe Clayman Institute for Gender Research welcomes a diverse and global cohort of Faculty Research Fellows, Postdoctoral Fellows, and Graduate Dissertation Fellows for the 2010-11 academic year. “We have an outstanding group of scholars working on cutting edge research. It is going to be an exciting year,” comments Shelley Correll, incoming Director of the Clayman Institute and Associate Professor of Sociology.

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