Code switching — or the ability to switch between vernaculars or various levels of formality of a language — is a habit everyone takes part in, especially at work. However, when it comes to women…
David Kenny, the CEO and Chief Diversity Officer of Nielsen, shares with DiversityInc CEO Carolynn Johnson his thoughts on why the citizenship question shouldn’t be allowed in the 2020 Census.
David Kenny is the CEO and Chief Diversity Officer of Nielsen. “I’m also looking at some qualitative measures, how do people feel about being here?” Kenny said in a conversation with DiversityInc CEO Carolynn Johnson….
David Kenny is the CEO and Chief Diversity Officer of Nielsen. In a conversation with DiversityInc CEO Carolynn Johnson, Kenny explains Nielsen’s vital role in helping companies understand American consumers.
Karen S. Carter is the Chief Inclusion and HR Officer at Dow.
Sandra Phillips Rogers is the Chief Legal officer at Toyota. Sandra Rogers shares advice on how to be an effective mentor and effective tips for finding the right mentor.
Ronald Reeves is Head of Diversity & Inclusion at AIG.
Sandra Phillips Rogers is the Chief Legal officer at Toyota. Sandra gives advice for companies on the Balance of Diversity & Promotion.
Jamelia Smith is the Senior Manager of Diversity and Inclusion at Cox Communications.
Mimi Brent, Head of Global Career Development at GM, gives three ways to enhance your executive presence.
David Rodriguez, Executive Vice President and Global Chief Human Resources Officer for Marriott International, sat down with DiversityInc for a conversation about leadership and learning from your mistakes.
“How can the court or an employer feel they have a right to strip us of this option to wear whatever hairstyle we chose?” said Lissiah Taylor Hundley, diversity and inclusion strategist at Cox Enterprises.
Executives share lessons from path to C-Suite: Be True to Yourself, Learn from Mentors
EY and Time Warner executives share top tips, advice, experiences on executive presence and the role appearance plays.
Female engineer whose photo went viral speaks out about the unconscious bias impacting what “professional” means.