Collaborators should not only not think negatively about conflict, they should love it!
“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 […]
Posted on 22 October 2014.
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 […]
Posted on 17 October 2014.
Some folks may not think it is all that important to understand or to know what companies believe is important regarding their inclusive diversity efforts. Well, I am here to tell you that most companies believe it is a critical imperative to measure their internal impact […]
Posted on 10 October 2014.
Let’s talk about succession planning. Ask yourself some honest, purposeful questions about where you are on your career path. Are you right where you want to be? Are you getting the assignments that are developing your skills and competencies? Are you prepared for the next opportunity right now? If so, who knows? […]
Posted on 03 October 2014.
What are the signs? What are the practices? At the end of the day, what is the reality? Companies today understand that one of the most important assets they have is their culture and how their employees navigate the workplace and feel like they belong. Retention in certain industries […]
Posted on 26 September 2014.
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 […]
Posted on 21 September 2014.
Roseland entrepreneur Pam McElvane has a message for corporate America: Get out of your comfort zone and diversify your leadership ranks. The chief executive officer of P&L Group, which publishes Diversity MBA magazine, is convening her eighth-annual conference on diversity this week in Oak Brook that will recognize the top 50 U.S. companies that have […]
Posted on 21 September 2014.
Diversity may be the 21st century buzzword, “but diversity is in crisis,” says Pam McElvane, CEO and Publisher of Diversity MBA Magazine. The eighth annual Diversity MBA Leadership Conference & Awards Gala kicked off in Chicago this week (September 16-18, 2014). Sponsored by Diversity MBA magazine, diverse leaders in all sectors have gathered for strategic sessions designed to enhance skill building, best practices, networking and champion the power of diversity.
Posted on 13 September 2014.
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