Suzi Russell-Gilford, a tax partner at PwC, gives advice to women on how to respond to "What Does Your Husband Do?" Russell-Gilford also explains why it's never safe to assume facts about someone's personal life.
Michael Howard, Senior Manager for Global Medical Scientific Communications at Sanofi talks with Shane Nelson, Editor, Vice President of DiversityInc Best Practices. Howard offers advice on preparing for a leadership role.
DiversityInc COO Carolynn Johnson and Andrew McCaskill, Senior Vice President, Global Communications & Multicultural Marketing at Nielsen, discuss the benefits of thinking globally in terms of career advancement.
David Rodriguez, Chief Human Resource Officer & Chief Diversity Executive, discusses the scope of employees wellness including relationships, physical and mental well being, and a sense of purpose in the company and beyond.
Peter Kouzmov, VP, Enterprise D&I Learning Leader at Wells Fargo addresses his experiences with microaggressions and how people inadvertently perpetuated them against each other, and gives candid advice on how to respond appropriately.
Oray Boston, President, Global Biosurgery, Ethicon USA, a division of Johnson & Johnson speaks about the benefits of sponsorships -- internally, externally and cross-functionally -- to amplify one's opportunities. "The more sponsors you have, the greater opportunities you have."
As General Counsel at KPMG, Tonya Robinson is responsible for coordinating the legal affairs of the firm and for managing the Office of General Counsel.
Before joining KPMG, Robinson served as Acting General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington D.C.
Over the course of her career, she has served in both private practice and the public sector, including being a partner in the law firm WilmerHale in Washington, D.C. before joining President Obama's Domestic Policy Council as Special Assistant to the President for Justice and Regulatory Policy.
Executives from TD Bank and Monsanto collaborate to help us understand what unconscious bias is, how and why it exists, and how to address it from both an individual and organizational standpoint. The webinar concludes with almost 20 minutes of Q&A.
Sodexo's Rolddy Leyva, VP, Global Diversity & Inclusion, talks about how his company's Diversity Leadership Council sets strategic priorities & performance expectations for D&I at the U.S. regional level and drives accountability for progress.
Randy Cobb, Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Southern Company and Matthew Hanzlik, Program Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Nielsen talk about the differences between mentoring and sponsoring and give insights into how their companies leverage each.