641: Why Opening Up at Work Is Harder for Minorities

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https://audio.hbr.org/ideacast/u201808071146531431.mp3

Katherine Phillips, a professor at Columbia Business School, discusses research showing that African-Americans are often reluctant to tell their white colleagues about their personal lives — and that it hurts their careers. She says people should expect and welcome differences at work, and she gives practical advice for strengthening connections among colleagues of different racial backgrounds. Phillips is a coauthor

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