Elizabeth R. Salib, PhD
Elizabeth Salib, PhD, completed her Doctorate in Social Psychology at Rutgers University, where she conducted research on inclusive leadership as well as prejudice and discrimination against understudied groups. Some of her work has been featured in the book Social Judgment and Decision Making, the Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, and at professional conferences such as the Society for Personality and Social Psychology and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. She holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from Rutgers University, a graduate certificate in Political Psychology from George Washington University, and a BA in Psychology and Philosophy from Northeastern University.
Elizabeth R.'s Latest Work
The Journey to Inclusion: Building Workplaces That Work for Women in Japan (Report)
Explore workplace culture in Japan and, specifically, the impact of inclusion on women.
Role Negotiation and the Pursuit of Hot Jobs (Report)
What Can Managers and Employees Do to Reap the Mutual Benefits of Role Negotiation?
The Secret to Inclusion in Australian Workplaces: Psychological Safety (Report)
Inclusive leaders—those who enact the four behaviours of empowerment, accountability, courage, and humility (EACH)—achieve great results.
Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries (Report)
This study delves into the similarities across countries in how employees characterize inclusion and leadership behaviors that foster it.
Calling All White Men: Can Training Help Create Inclusive Workplaces? (Report)
This report highlights the critical role men have to play in creating inclusive workplaces.