Mimi Brent, Head of Global Career Development at GM, gives three ways to enhance your executive presence.
Tag: General Motors
General Motors and Wells Fargo give insights into how they identify talent for critical roles in leading their ERGs. 05:11 – 07:15: GM’s ERG Journey 07:16 – 07:44: GM’s Values and Behaviors 07:45 –…
AT&T and General Motors discuss their internal and external focus on LGBTs and how they celebrate Pride month. 02:44 – 07:53: AT&T Introduction 07:54 – 10:08: Policies, Programs Drive Diversity, Inclusion, Equality 10:09 –…
GM’s Head of Global Career Development gives advice on to what to do when you don’t get the promotion you anticipated.
GM’s Head of Global Career Development gives advice on how to increase your chances of getting a promotion.
GM’s Head of Global Career Development explains why you should network with executives and gives tips on how to do so.
GM was one of the very first companies to have an employee resource group for people with disabilities. The GM ABLE Employee Resource Group was established in 1993 and has been instrumental in providing input on facilities accommodations and in sharing their time/talents with local communities, and people caring for a family member with a disability.
General Motors’ Global CDO Ken Barrett advises on how to get white men engaged with diversity and inclusion.
General Motors and Dell, Inc. discuss how they encourage white males to push for change and the benefits of doing so.
GM’s global director of talent acquisition talks about why he made the move from Google, the importance of corporate culture and why LGBTs have a sense of responsibility to help the next generation.
Senior executives from General Motors, Caterpillar and Cox Communications offer four best practices on reaching middle managers.
What’s the biggest diversity question in corporate America? How do you get buy-in from middle managers, most of whom are white men? Three experts—Ken Barrett of General Motors, Kim Hauer of Caterpillar and Lissiah Hundley of Cox Communications—shared their best practices at a panel at DiversityInc’s October event.
Sodexo, Monsanto, Nielsen and General Motors share best practices on the use of scorecards and/or dashboards to measure diversity progress.
How many employees should your diversity department have and what should their roles be? Should diversity report in to HR? How does global diversity factor in?
How do you get hourly and union workers involved in employee resource groups without paying overtime or taking them off crucial shift responsibilities?