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White Privilege…Reality or Myth?

While affirmative action was intended to provide access to those not getting it, it won’t eliminate white privilege. Here is the reality:

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Posted in Ask Pam, Diversity & Inclusion, Talent Management

by Brian Uzzi

Great Leaders Can Think Like Each Member of Their Team

Money wasn’t the only thing that enabled financier Cosimo de’ Medici  to become de facto ruler of Florence for much of the Italian Renaissance. He exemplified a special leadership skill — the ability to get diverse teams of contending bankers, merchants, and traders to collaborate effectively. How? He identified with each group’s sentiments and mindsets. […]

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Posted in Leadership, Talent Management, Thought Leadership

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DIVERSITY: A PUZZLE WITH STRENGTH

“A successful D&I effort should include the participation and involvement of the organization’s chief executive officer with strong commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce. D&I leaders and facilitators should also include crossfunctional representatives of leaders, managers, supervisors, employees, and customer and supplier advocates with strong commitments to diversity and inclusion.”

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Posted in Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership, Talent Management, Thought Leadership

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Observations on Advancement of Women in the Workplace

Even when taking mentoring and skills into account, men had received 72% of promotions compared with 65% of the women.

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Posted in Demographics, Fannie Mae, Organizations, Talent Management, Women

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Walmart Canada Finds Innovative Approaches to Raising up Women Managers

More than half of [Walmart] Canada’s full-time managers, in the home office and in the field, are women.

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Posted in Latest News, Talent Management, Wal-Mart, Women

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I don’t like YOU…I think?

    Bias — is it inherently a part of our DNA or is it a learned behavior? That is a question that has long been asked and, as recent events have shown, is as relevant as ever. I want to provide some perspective on this topic.         We talk about diversity […]

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Posted in Ask Pam, Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership, Talent Management, Thought Leadership

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Fueling the Funnel?

  How is your organization’s commitment to seeking out and engaging young talent so they want to be a part of your universe? If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, I am just referring to the outreach practices companies are claiming they do so expertly and routinely — attracting the most talented, the most gifted […]

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Posted in Ask Pam, Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership, Talent Management

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Who’s Zooming Who?

    Who’s zooming who? Basically, who is doing the front-line recruiting to diversify the employee base and the management ranks?       Diversity MBA’s benchmarking survey results focused on the recruiting structure of organizations to understand what potential gaps exist on the front lines. If diversity is a critical factor in the employee […]

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Posted in Ask Pam, Career Development, Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership, Talent Management

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