Bring Your Whole Self to Work | Wharton Prof. Rachel Arnett — Ripple Effect Podcast

Wharton management professor Rachel Arnett encourages minority employees to speak their truth. She talks about her research, which finds that when workers engage in rich and meaningful conversations about their backgrounds, it helps makes the workplace more inclusive.

Every day, business scholars answer pressing questions in their research — but what do their insights mean for you? In this podcast, Wharton faculty dive into what inspired their studies and how their findings resonate with the world today. Learn how research insights translate into knowledge you can use, with host Dan Loney.

In honor of Juneteenth, the Ripple Effect podcast is showcasing a special series of conversations on equity and opportunity, diving deep into the complex issues of racial inequality, bias, and representation within organizations. This special will be led by guest host Kenneth Shropshire, faculty director of Wharton’s Coalition for Equity and Opportunity.

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