AIG’s assistant vice president Brandi Monique shares the mentor relationships that led her to her success at AIG. Monique defines mentorship as an organic connection — rather than a formal relationship — between a mentor…
Native American populations are made up of diverse tribes indigenous to North and South America. In the U.S., November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the culture and accomplishments of Native American…
Group Vice President and Chief Legal and Diversity Officer gives strategies for how mentors and mentees can develop a good working relationship.
Wyndham Worldwide VP Global Enterprise Applications gives advice on taking advantage of being in a mentoring program and speaking up if you’re not getting what you need from the mentoring relationship.
TIAA’s SVP and CHRO discusses mentorship, how mentees should drive the relationship and provides advice on becoming a high potential.
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.
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.
Academy Award winners Octavia Spencer and Common are among mentors to rising talent.
The Top 10 promoted 25.4 percent more Black, Latino and Asian managers and 14 percent more women managers than companies ranked 11-50.
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.
“In order to have the best talent, you need to cut across the widest spectrum of people,” says Darren Burton, Vice Chair of Human Resources, KPMG.