Last month, which seems like a year ago at this point, I had the opportunity to present some of my research at the Behavioural Economics, Society, and Technology (BEST) Centre 2020 Conference in Brisbane. You can read about my experience here. A narrative literature review of the attempts to measure inclusive behavior in organizations, my study concluded that, although recognizing the challenge of creating organizations that affirm people’s differences and identities represents progress, there is much to be done in order to develop effective instruments to measure that progress.
In between everything else, including my dissertation (which is still in draft proposal form) and my current coursework, I’m still working on turning the presentation into a full-fledged article. However, that doesn’t detract from my excitement and pride in seeing my presentation materials published (alongside a lot of other excellent and fascinating work) on the conference site. You can see it all here.