“We have a high touch approach with leadership positions that includes relationship building across the entire Wells Fargo footprint,” says Quinn, Senior Vice President, Military Affairs Program Manager at Wells Fargo. Jerry Quinn is…
Employee Resource Groups
The annual gathering is significant because it’s the “life blood of the culture of our company,” said Corey Anthony, senior vice president-human resources and chief diversity officer. AT&T (No. 3 on the DiversityInc Top 50…
Wells Fargo’s Le Nette Rutledge Talks Transferrable Veteran Skills and Why it’s Important to ‘Show Up’
Rutledge, a Senior Learning & Development Consultant at Wells Fargo, talks about her journey transitioning from the U.S. Navy and why it’s important to allow your authentic self to show up whether in the…
Thomas is a Managing Director in Accenture’s Infrastructure Operations practice and a leader of the African American employee resource group. He gives his take on the value of diversity and inclusion. By Alana Winns and…
Corey Anthony, AT&T’s Chief Diversity Officer, discusses learning leadership skills throughout his career and picking up valuable insights from mentors along the way.
Bank executive gives advice on what to do after joining an employee resource group.
Dell and EY outline how their ERGs are critical to their success in increasing employee engagement and finding and growing talent.
EY’s professional networks (ERGs) and inclusion councils work in concert to achieve desired outcomes.
CVS Health’s colleague resource groups help with recruitment, talent development and commerce.
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?
Between 2006 and 2008, Monsanto began working to strengthen the relationship between 1890s Land-Grant universities and Black growers. Dr. Dewayne Goldmon, then our Product Development and Marketing Manager, led the efforts to establish a Black Grower Advisory Council to advise the company on the unique concerns of Black farmers.
DiversityInc caught up with Chris Crespo, EY Director, Diversity and Inclusiveness, who shared her beliefs on why everyone should join their company’s resource groups.
In my expert opinion, Deloitte’s phasing out of its business resource groups is a big mistake.
Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Diversity Officer Wanda Hope gives an overview of the company’s talent development programs. Among the topics covered are unconscious bias training for people managers, development through ERGs, relationship capital and networking, and sponsorship for high potentials.
Open to all employees, the company’s eight Employee Resource Groups (ERG) include more than 20,000 employees across 118 ERG chapters.