Nine tips on getting diversity buy-in, from General Motors, Procter & Gamble, Travelers, KPMG, Cox Communications, Baxter International and Progressive.
Can you translate your U.S. groups to other countries? Which ones work well? How can they communicate with each other? What metrics should be used to assess their success?
Which diversity metrics are most valuable to the bottom line? Which scorecards work—and how do senior executives view them? What compensations should be tied to metrics and how can you most effectively include diversity goals in performance-evaluation reviews?
Best practices From Marriott, Toyota, Eli Lilly and Northrop Grumman on how to run a successful onsite childcare center.
Senior executives from 13 companies, including ADP President and CEO Carlos Rodriguez, spoke at our event. See all the videos and get the presentation slides.
Do you need both a mentoring and a sponsorship program? How do you get sponsors to work with people from underrepresented groups? Can sponsorship be formalized?
Wyndham Worldwide Chairman and CEO Stephen P. Holmes discusses why Wyndham understood the value of corporate social responsibility.
Full presentations, including slides, from DiversityInc’s September 2013 event, Culturally Competent Healthcare: How Diversity Creates Better Patient Outcomes.
Cox Communications President Pat Esser offers four tips to get your CEO to be a diversity leader.
Read more to download Walmart’s 2013 Diversity & Inclusion report.
How can you reach global female suppliers? The CEO of WEConnect International gives you successful strategies in a new book.
How Allstate’s Quotes for Education program raised nearly $150,000 for scholarships for students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
LONDON, 29 APRIL 2013 – With one billion women expected to join the workforce over the next decade, women are rightly seen by many commentators as the next big emerging market. However, according to the…
Having had great success through cultural transformation, this executive is now taking on a bigger challenge as Division Head of Novartis Pharmaceuticals.
Global companies must combat a “leaky pipeline” of female talent, but these best practices from Sodexo, Merck, Dell and Deloitte can improve retention.