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Human Perspectives

Iedere tweede donderdag van de maand - Every second Thursday of the month

We leven in een wereld die steeds complexer wordt met steeds meer onderlinge verbinding. Nooit eerder hadden we zo gemakkelijk toegang tot andere landen, culturen en volken.
Waar passen wij in dit mondiale dorp?
Wij nemen u mee op ontdekkingsreis. Door middel van een reeks boeiende en verhelderende lezingen, maak je kennis met een verscheidenheid aan stemmen en een schat aan perspectieven. Verdiep je in je identiteit!

Deze serie is een samenwerkingsverband van Studium Generale met Klankbordgroep Diversiteitsbeleid Universiteit Leiden.

We live in a world of ever-increasing complexity and connectivity. Never before have we had such easy access to other countries, cultures and people.
Where do we all fit into this global village?
We lead you on a journey of discovery. Through a series of engaging and enlightening lectures, you will hear from a diversity of voices and encounter a wealth of perspectives. Deepen your understanding of your identity!

This series is a co-production of Studium Generale and Klankbordgroep Diversiteitsbeleid Universiteit Leiden.

As a consequence of social and economic developments, organizations have become increasingly diverse in the last decades. Increased diversity has the potential to be both beneficial (e.g., increased creativity, flexibility, performance) and detrimental (e.g., increased conflict, distrust, bias) for organizations. Given this bifurcation, it remains important for organizations to effectively manage diversity in order to limit its disadvantages and harvest its advantages.

This presentation focuses on some of the most prominent diversity management strategies in organizations, examining their advantages and (unintentional) side effects for an ethnically diverse workforce. In addition, emerging research on ways to retain the positive effects of specific ideologies while suppressing their negative effects will be highlighted. Finally, the differential impact of specific diversity approaches on ethnic-cultural minorities versus other groups (e.g., women) will be illuminated.


Dr Seval Gündemir, Assistant professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, University of Amsterdam

Time and Venue

Thursday May 9
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Room 019
Lipsius Building
Cleveringaplaats 1

All welcome!
Entrance is free.
No registration needed.


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