"We know from study after study that more diverse teams perform better," Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer, told CNBC on Monday.
In efforts to create a culture of inclusion, the company has designed a bias management training. The exercises aim to tackle unconscious bias in the workplace. While it has not been a silver bullet, Lori Goler, the company's vice president of people, told CNBC that Facebook's intention of surfacing bias has been successful.
"When people who are in the non-majority are interrupted in meetings, which happens more frequently if you're in the non-majority group, people are actually interrupting the interrupters," Goler said. "It's really changed the vocabulary."