- Curricular Initiatives
- The Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics
- The KPMG Peat Marwick / Stanley R. Klion Forum
- The Paul M. Montrone Seminar Series on Ethics
- Military Initiative Programming
- Leadership and Ethics Week
- Diversity and Inclusion for All
- Leadership Conference
- Academic Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Conference
- Restoring Trust: New Realities and New Possibilities for Business Leadership
- Conscious Capitalism: How Ethical Executives Move the Needle Forward, One Business Decision at a Time
- Lucy Quist: A Global Role Model for Business Leadership
- Two Industry Pioneers Lead the Change for Clean Energy
- The Great Debate on the Ethics of Pricing in the Drug Industry
- Leading With Courage: Top Industry Trailblazers Discuss Pathways to Restoring Trust in Business
- Innovation and the Value of Privacy
- Events Calendar
- Ethical Insights
- Support Us
Housed under the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics, “Diversity and Inclusion for All” is led by Katherine Phillips, Senior Vice Dean and Paul Calello Professor of Leadership and Ethics, in collaboration with Professors Joan Williams of UC Hastings School of Law, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw of Columbia Law School and UCLA Law, and Susan Sturm of Columbia Law. The working group brings together researchers from business, law, psychology and sociology as well as senior business executives to build a comprehensive understanding of how to address diversity and inclusion efforts in organizations in order to pursue research projects.
As organizations in all sectors become increasingly global, the significance of identifying the value of diversity continues to grow. Of equal importance is addressing diversity through a lens that takes multiple characteristics into consideration, e.g., race and gender, sexual orientation, generational differences, and disabilities. Indeed, systematic research in the area of diversity and inclusion that focuses on the underlying psychology and sociology of difference has the potential to transform our understanding of diversity issues, shape diversity policy, impact law reform, and change academic and research practices. Furthermore, it has the potential to improve how any company implements diversity processes and initiatives that are customized to meet the needs of all members in its workforce.
By understanding the underlying causes of diversity concerns in the workplace, initiatives that target the enduring root causes of the problem, instead of the shorter-term salient symptoms, are desperately needed in this arena. This initiative seeks to comprehensively explore this most timely and relevant subject.