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  • Why is Ambiguity a Problem?
  • 1) Gendered Social Networks
  • 2) Gender stereotypes
  • Influence the type and quality of information and advice men and women receive
  • Gendered Social Networks
  • Gendered Social Networks
  • What to Do?
  • Reach out beyond convenience networks
  • Why is ambiguity a problem? - Gendered Social Networks - Gender stereotypes
  • We all have a propensity to compare ourselves to similar others. So in trying to reduce ambiguity on what to negotiate, for example, you might ask other women that are in your social network. Even without discrimination, if men are on average getting paid more than women and you're sampling your information by asking your woman friends, you're going to come up with different numbers than a man asking his male friends. That makes a biased information search.
  • Beware of biases in your information search by making sure the source of your data is broad, that you are anchoring on the most advantageous information that you can get. Do not only consult and compare yourself to similar others. At the organizational level, this can be done by making pay more transparent.
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