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  • PBWC SENIOR LEADERSHIP SUMMIT PBWC SENIOR LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

    Sandy Carter General Manager, Cloud Ecosystem and Developers IBM Corporation

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    WHY A SENIOR LEADERSHIP SUMMIT?

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    Hear about the Top 3 topics affecting women in the industry today

    Learn from Thought Leaders and Experts

    Engage and take action on the opportunity for change

    Execute goals for yourself, for your company, and for PBWC

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    ACTION ORIENTED Little progress in womens progression in 20 years

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    Over 50% drop in the number of Women in Technical curriculum

    Unconscious Bias can affect hiring, evaluations and promotions

    33% Gap - Are women being mentored in an incomplete way?

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    ENGAGE AND TAKE ACTION

    1 Personal Goal

    1 Goal for you to Champion at your Company

    1 Goal for PBWC to drive

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    AGENDA TED-type talks followed by table discussion and actions

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    2:40 pm:

    3:25 pm:

    4:10 pm:

    Gaps in Women / Girls in Technology Elizabeth Caudle, East Coast Regional Director, Girls Who Code

    The Unconscious Bias Shariq Yosufzai, VP, Global Diversity, Chevron Corporation

    The Missing 33% Usha Pillai Wade, Ph.D., Senior Consultant, Leading Women

    4:50 pm: Inspirational Address Kevin Hall, Best Selling Author, Speaker, Coach & Business Consultant

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    Gaps in Women/Girls in Technology

    Elizabeth Caudle

    East Coast Regional Director

    Girls Who Code

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    The Gap

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    The Gap

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    Company % Women in Technical Positions

    % Women in Leadership Positions

    eBay 24% 28%

    Pinterest 21% 19%

    Apple 20% 28%

    Pandora 17.9% 38.8%

    Google 17% 21%

    LinkedIn 17% 25%

    Yahoo 15% 23%

    Facebook 15% 23%

    Twitter 10% 21%

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    The Gap

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    6% of VC partners are women

    15% of VC funding received by women

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    The Pipeline Problem

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    What Pipeline?

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    What Pipeline?

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    The Leaky Pipeline

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    The Fix

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    Getting Girls Interested in Tech

    Update CS Curriculum

    Expose girls to CS from a young age

    Build a community of young women interested in tech

    Normalize women as tech professionals in the media

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    Retaining Women in Tech

    Build communities of women in technical careers

    Engage male allies

    Develop a culture of mentorship and sponsorship

    Highlight the contributions of female contributions to tech

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    Elizabeth@girlswhocode.com @elicaudelle

    girlswhocode.com

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    Understanding Unconscious Bias

    Shariq Yosufzai Vice-President, Global Diversity, Ombuds & University Partnerships Chevron Corporation

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    A Thought Experiment Q: Are these table tops the same size and shape?

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    A: Yes

    This illusion was created by Roger Shepard, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University

    Your brain cannot always be trusted to tell the truth.

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    What is Unconscious Bias? Unconscious bias refers to errors in judgment that cause people to make choices that unwittingly favor one group over another.

    Unconscious Bias:

    is a normal part of decision-making

    is created and reinforced by our environments and experiences

    is how our unconscious minds fills in gaps when faced with incomplete data

    often occurs when decisions are being made quickly, with too much information to process thoroughly

    can influence everything from product decisions to interactions between coworkers

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    Impacts of Unconscious Bias

    We must learn how unconscious bias can affect our perceptions, decisions, and interactions

    Areas where unconscious bias can play an important role:

    - Hiring

    - Performance evaluations

    - Promotions

    We must raise awareness about unconscious bias and take action to reduce it

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    Case Study: Unconscious Bias in Orchestral Auditions

    Top 5 U.S. orchestras were about 10% female in the early 1970s

    Blind auditions became an industry standard in the late 70s and early 1980s

    By the mid-1990s the Top 5 orchestras were composed of approximately 30% female

    The use of screens make women 50% more likely to advance to audition finals to compete for orchestra positions

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    From Orchestrating Impartiality: The Impact of "Blind" Auditions on Female Musicians, by Claudia Goldin and Cecilia Rouse

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    Global Case Study: Blind Job Selections

    Philippines Singapore

    United Kingdom

    Texas

    California

    Honduras

    Germany

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    Key Messages

    Unconscious biases are universal Everyone has them to some extent, regardless of their background

    It does not mean that a person is racist, sexist, ageist, etc.

    Individuals can harbor biases against their own group Superiority or inferiority

    Can harbor biases that contradict their consciously-held beliefs

    Most common unconscious biases Gender and ethnicity

    Shown by researchers to affect decision-making in HR processes

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    Unconscious bias is not specific to the U.S. It appears wherever there are majority and identifiable minority groups

    Awareness can reduce the effects of unconscious bias However, some biases are deeply rooted and can be difficult to eliminate

    Post-process evaluations may be useful in identifying this type of bias

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    What can you do to mitigate unconscious bias?

    Determine your own unconscious biases Take Implicit Association Test (IAT) online from Harvard University

    Encourage your peers and direct reports to do the same

    Begin every decision-making processes with education Inform decision-makers are the role unconscious bias may play in the process

    Use Verna Myers TED Talk on Unconscious Bias to educate colleagues

    Use specific criteria to evaluate all candidates equally and fairly

    Criteria should be skills and performance-based

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    What can you do to mitigate unconscious bias?

    Are you evaluating candidates from an outsiders perspective?

    Would they agree with your logic?

    Are you selecting people with similar backgrounds and experiences as you?

    Why are you rejecting people who are different?

    Are you using skills and performance-based criteria?

    WE MUST COMMIT TO CHANGE!

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    The Missing 33% Usha Pillai Wade Ph.D., Senior Consultant Leading Women

    Leading Women. All Rights Reserved.

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    Job Group 3-4 Job Group 5-6 Job Group 7-9

    Men

    Women

    Middle Management

    Senior Management Executive Level

    There are millions of women leaders.

    Theyre leading from the middle.

    Leading Women. All Rights Reserved.

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    Why are so many women

    mired in the middle

    and what must be done to take them to the top?

    Leading Women. All Rights Reserved.

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    The Missing 33%

    Closing the Leadership Gender Gap

    at the Top

    Leading Women. All Rig