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Walmart Canada Finds Innovative Approaches to Raising up Women Managers Why Disagreement is the Key to Collaboration I GOT TALENT…
 
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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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Why Disagreement is the Key to Collaboration

Collaborators should not only not think negatively about conflict, they should love it!

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I GOT TALENT…

  “If you can look past the color of my skin, the slant of my eyes, the thickness of my brow, the curls and coarseness of my hair, the broadness of my nose, perhaps and only perhaps then, can you experience the uniqueness of my culture and allow me the opportunity to excel in your […]

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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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Why Disagreement is the Key to Collaboration

Collaborators should not only not think negatively about conflict, they should love it!

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I GOT TALENT…

  “If you can look past the color of my skin, the slant of my eyes, the thickness of my brow, the curls and coarseness of my hair, the broadness of my nose, perhaps and only perhaps then, can you experience the uniqueness of my culture and allow me the opportunity to excel in your […]

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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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Meant for ME-ntoring?

                  Many people do not understand that mentoring relationships can be the beginning of establishing a practice of gaining support. I reflect on my mentoring experience then and now; it was and continues to be meaningful…this is what MENTORING means to me when I reflect on the […]

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Which Kids Are We Talking About?

    So who do you think we most concerned about in today’s workforce? If you answered millennials, you are absolutely right judging by a recent experience.           Millennial behavior was a hot topic at the Workplace & Inclusion Forum at Diversity MBA’s Big Data Forum on Oct. 30 at St. […]

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What About The Kids?

      I am going to be real honest, and just say it…..I don’t get it.           I really don’t know why we are not embracing generational differences rather than being all bottled up and wondering what to do with our young talent in this information age. Anyone who has […]

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On The High Rise…

    I find it amazing that everyone is just now comfortably talking about how white females are the group that has benefited the most from civil rights. Not sure what the marketplace understands about the advancement of white females, but all I want to do is shed some light on the realities and position […]

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Posted in Ask Pam, Career Development, Diversity & Inclusion, Women