Dr. Arin Reeves

Dr. Arin Reeves

A leading researcher, author and advisor in the fields of leadership and inclusion, Arin studied business at DePaul University’s College of Commerce, attended law school at University of Southern California and received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Northwestern University.

Arin’s first bestselling book, The Next IQ: The Next Generation of Intelligence for 21st Century Leaders, focuses on inclusion, unconscious biases, and bias interrupters and was a publisher best-seller upon its release in January, 2012. Her latest book One Size Never Fits All: Business Development Strategies Tailored for Women (And Most Men) was released in August 2014 and is also a publisher best seller.

Arin has been featured on NPR for her work and is cited often in online and traditional media as an expert in leadership and inclusion in workplaces. She is a Fellow of Leadership Greater Chicago, and she was recognized as a Rising Star by the Anti-Defamation League. Her column “Diversity in Practice” was recognized by the Herman Kogan Media Awards for excellence in journalism.

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Dr. Arin Reeves joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the difference between how a woman makes her point, with full details, and a man is more likely to stipulate, and the difference drives both genders crazy.
Dr. Arin Reeves joins Jim Blasingame to reveal research that shows women are interrupted more than men in the office, but not just by men, and why this happens.