During DiversityInc’s Nov. 4 Women of Color and Their Allies event, DiversityInc CEO Carolynn Johnson held a virtual fireside chat with Karyn Twaronite, EY’s global diversity and inclusiveness officer and U.S. executive committee member, about…
During DiversityInc’s virtual 2020 Top 50 Announcement Event, talent leaders from AT&T (DiversityInc Hall of Fame), ADP (No. 4 on The DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2020) and Hilton (No. 2 in 2020)…
In a TED-style talk at DiversityInc’s Women of Color and Their Allies event on Oct. 2, Ernst & Young Americas Solutions Leader Cheryl Grise listed her top 10 lessons learned about mentoring and sponsorship from…
Jae Requiro talks about the first time she realized the importance of a sponsor and gives advice on how to earn sponsorship and build a successful relationship. 00:53 – Introduction and Outline 03:28 –…
TIAA’s SVP and CHRO discusses mentorship, how mentees should drive the relationship and provides advice on becoming a high potential.
Accenture, Hilton and GM execs discuss successful ways to make mentoring programs successful.
DiversityInc’s analysis on gender parity found that utilization of three critical best practices leads companies to gender parity quicker than non-utilization.
Gerri Mason Hall, SVP & chief human resources officer, North America, at Sodexo, sat down with DiversityInc to share her thoughts on sponsorship and mentors.
Fundraising led by Agnew is set to prepare the health system for the next phase of healthcare.
A global leader in diversity and inclusiveness, Karyn Twaronite shares her career journey as well as her insight on global trends and work-life balance.
The two may seem similar but each plays a distinct role in career success and advancement.
How KeyBank is finding common ground between the “we want it now” generation and the “shut-up and deal with it” older generations.
While Asian Americans experienced success in obtaining entry-level positions, they are far less likely to be promoted into senior management than other employees — despite having higher levels of education.
Why is the labor-participation rate for women at a 27-year low? U.S. companies face a triple problem in keeping women employed – lack of good maternity policies, continued wage gap, and the valid perception that women aren’t making it to the top.
Most Fortune 500 companies still have gaps of women in senior management. Here are case studies of four companies – Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, EY, Wells Fargo and MassMutual Financial Group – all of whom have had significant progress with senior women.