The Trump administration and the Trump party continue to demonstrate that racism is their chief value.
Wyndham Worldwide’s Delaine Bailey gives advice on owning your confidence in the workplace, including bringing your authentic self to work, knowing who you are and being comfortable in your own skin.
On her LinkedIn blog, Accenture Chief Leadership and Human Resources Officer Ellyn Shook addressed the sexual harassment epidemic in corporate America, calling for zero tolerance and gives four critical questions leaders need to ask themselves about the issue.
Maria Hughes, Humana’s Enterprise VP & Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer discusses how her varied background informs her approach, and shares Humana’s commitment to inclusion and recognition of its value on business objectives, culture and creating healthier communities.
“I feel grateful to be a partner at our firm where our people are encouraged to be true to themselves,” writes Ibi Krukrubo.
Credibility is at the core of a successful diversity management effort. Secretary Tillerson provides a teachable moment.
If your company had a particular segment/group that it needed to reach, doesn’t it seem like a prudent move to utilize employees most familiar with that segment/group?
Melissa Harper, Monsanto’s VP of Global Talent and Inclusion & Diversity explains why the company shifted to placing more emphasis on inclusion and putting inclusion before diversity.