The 90th Percentile: An Unconventional Leadership Podcast
Published: October 19, 2022
Increasingly, science and technology are occupying a much more significant role within companies and consumers. But leaders in STEMM organizations are finding a lack of gender diversity, difficulties in retaining female talent, and in the agility of leadership. Researchers from Zenger Folkman and Arcadia compared 360 feedback from 16,419 STEMM leaders with 57,706 non-STEMM leaders, revealing insights based on hard data, facts, and statistical analysis. In our podcast today, we are taking a hard look at STEMM leaders and the problems and opportunities that need to be acted upon.
Andrew Patterson is the Director of Research at Arcadia Consulting. He is an expert in modern social neuroscience and studies the neural mechanisms behind culture, therefore, helping to devise a sequence of processes that can affect measurable change. He spent over 15 years at IBM doing research and consulting. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
Many of the criteria required to prove expertise in the STEMM sector are socially determined and subject to both conscious and unconscious bias. Women face additional challenges in the perception of high technical or professional expertise. What we did not expect to find was that both genders were badly affected.
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STEMM the Tide– Research Paper Arcadia Consulting
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Podcast — 2022