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Gendered Benefits of Passion For High Potential Designation

We find that being seen as passionate increases the likelihood of high-potential designation for reasonably-high performing men but not women, because passion increases perceptions of diligence among men but not women. These findings reflect the ways that passion confers unequal benefits along gender lines, giving rise to organizational inequality.

Joyce He
Anderson School of Business, University of California, Los Angeles
United States

Jon Jachimowicz
Harvard Business School, Harvard University
United States

Celia Moore
Imperial College London
United Kingdom


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