PwC Principal Mike Donoghue gives key advice to veterans on how to network, become a high potential, learn from mistakes and overcoming roadblocks.
Military veterans at Wells Fargo give career advice on transitioning to corporate life, including adapting your leadership and communications style.
PwC’s Chris Crace Gives Advice on Overcoming Roadblocks, Getting Back on Track and Not Being Afraid to Fail
PwC’s Veteran’s Advocacy Leader Chris Crace gives career advice on overcoming roadblocks, getting back on track and not being afraid to fail.
EY Manager: To Emerge Stronger Professionally, Veterans Should Employ the Same Resilience Learned While Serving
Ben Bing, Manager in EY’s Advisory services practice, talks about how he applies what he learned as a Naval aviator to his role at EY.
Jennifer Kamrowski, Principal in EY’s Advisory services practice, talks about her military service and how it set her up for success at EY.
I learned very early on to be comfortable living in the uncomfortable. By taking risks early on and throughout my career, I grew as an employee and as a person. Whether it is taking on stretch roles, transferring to a new business unit, or working directly with senior management, the skills and experiences you will gain are priceless.
Mentors, Sponsors Play Key Roles in Helping People With Disabilities Bring Their Whole Selves to Work
Professionals with disabilities might feel a little out of place because of their visible or non-visible differences. Mentors and sponsors can play a key role in helping them bring their whole selves to work.
Recruitment at Wells Fargo focuses not only on accommodating people with disabilities throughout the hiring process, but on purposefully attracting people with disabilities. The company’s recruitment website includes a designated phone number for applicants with diverse abilities to request accommodations for the interview and selection phase.
On average, the DiversityInc Top 10 ranked 30 spots higher in Talent Pipeline, Talent Development, Leadership Accountability and Supplier Diversity, than companies ranked 11-50.
What is the difference between the Top 10 and the rest of the DiversityInc Top 50? Deep CEO and senior leadership involvement, creating the need for best practices that lead to significant human-capital improvements.