by The Inclusion Initiative

Hybrid working report

Hybrid Working: A Dictionary of Behavioral Biases

A project by BE-Inclusive; a LSE group focused on using behavioural science to promote inclusion in the workplace: Catherine Bouckley, Michaela Fricova, Sammy Glatzel, Natalie Hall, Ipsitaa Khullar, Alexandra Kirienko, Sharon Raj, Tina Soh, and Sego Zeller.

Additional authors from The Inclusion Initiative at LSE: Teresa Almeida, Paris Will, and Dr Grace Lordan.

In this dictionary you will find a description of behavioral biases, and an example of how they may arise in hybrid working.

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Accelerating change together-part 1

Accelerating Change Together
Part 1: Changing the Narrative

By Women in Banking & Finance, The Inclusion Initiative and The Wisdom Council

These survey findings will form an important foundation for the Accelerating Change Together Report, which will be published in 2021. The Report will deliver new insights and actionable recommendations based on the insights and research of the survey participants.

Read the survey findings here



virtual inclusion in the city

Virtual Inclusion in the City

By Grace Lodan, Director of The Inclusion Initative

In order to understand the obstacles that stand in the way of virtual inclusion for the City of London’s workers, Dr Grace Lordan went on a virtual listening tour engaging 35 of its most senior leaders who work in financial and professional services in the City of London.  

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inclusion in the city

Inclusion in the City

Setting the Agenda for the First Years of the Inclusion Initiative at LSE

By Grace Lordan, Director of The Inclusion Initiative and Karina Robinson, Co-Director of The Inclusion Initiative

In November 2020 The Inclusion Initiative (TII) launches at LSE. TII aims to bring behavioural science insights to firms to allow them to enhance the inclusion of all talent, and simultaneously produce academically rigorous and relevant research that links directly to TII’s purpose.

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