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Disruptive Inclusion: Creating the Framework to Change

2) America had a female Democratic candidate for president, which is definitely a sign of inclusion; 3) Voters elected a president so far outside the norm you can call it disruptive.

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Unapologetically…

Yes, I am going there.  Some of you may or may not have heard of the expression unapologetically black, brown, and sure white. So what does this mean? It means you do not have to apologize for your experiences, identity and ethnicity.  With all of the fuss about unconscious bias and understanding your behavior so […]

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The Voices Reign…

Senior executives who have had successful journeys in their careers and know exactly what it takes to break through barriers will share the realities of sustaining success.

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Celebrating a Powerful Demographic..LGBTQ

Human Rights campaign’s index illustrates how organizations are making commitments within their workforce to create parity and equity among the LGBTQ workforce.

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Leveraging Similarities…salute to Asian Heritage

“There is so much to celebrate about the uniqueness of each Asian group. At the same time, these cultures manage to come together to drive change for the good of the next generation.”

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Disability Matters

Disabilities are ever changing and claiming new groups every day.

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Illusion of Inclusion…White Privilege Series

I love this title “illusion of inclusion,” which resonates with everyone right where they believe they are.

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To advance, you have to have the right assignment that gives you maximum exposure to key decision makers. In order for women and people of color to be recognized for advancement, companies must become proactive and strategic with regard to creating pools of talented, high-potential workers who serve as a pipeline for promotion.

White Privilege Series…Intentional Strategies do work?

To advance, you have to have the right assignment that gives you maximum exposure to key decision makers. In order for women and people of color to be recognized for advancement, companies must become proactive and strategic with regard to creating pools of talented, high-potential workers who serve as a pipeline for promotion.

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