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Diversity MBA Names  2014 50 Out Front for Diversity Leadership NGLCC Campaign for LGBT Workplace Inclusion Gallery Guichard Teaches Chinese MBA Students About Art
 

Diversity MBA Names 2014 50 Out Front for Diversity Leadership

The ranking for 2014 50 Out Front Companies list benchmarking research has expanded its criteria to include analysis of not only systems and methodologies for inclusive diversity, but metrics that drive both results and impact.

NGLCC Campaign for LGBT Workplace Inclusion

Gay and lesbian business groups want to alter the federal 8(a) program, run by the Small Business Administration, so that LGBT-owned firms can participate.

Gallery Guichard Teaches Chinese MBA Students About Art & Gallery Management

For the past two years, Gallery Guichard has worked with 12 international interns from China attending the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT).

Jacqueline Wales, The Fearless Factor

The “F Factor” – Turning Fear into Fearless

Jacqueline Wales, founder of the Fearless Factor, talks about how facing your fears allows you to reach your full potential.

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Posted in Diversity & Inclusion, Entrepreneurs, Leadership, Women

Executive Coaching: Not for Everyone

BeamPines founder, Howard Pines, shares his thoughts on what makes a candidate a good fit for 1-on-1 executive coaching.

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Posted in Career Development, Executives, Leadership, Talent Management

Disabled Veterans Should Use Claims Preparers When Filing for Benefits

The Disabled Veterans National Foundation is urging disabled veterans and their families to get the help of claims preparers when filing for benefits as a way to getting faster results.

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Posted in Diversity & Inclusion, Government, Veterans

2 National Cancer Institute Programs Working to Bring Minorities into Cancer Research

Through two key programs, NCI aims to encourage more researchers from under-served communities to join the field and prepare underrepresented scientists for the rigors of a research career.

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Posted in Career Development, Demographics, Government

Editor’s Note: Black Entrepreneurship

Do African Americans have as little to celebrate, when it comes to entrepreneurship, as a drive around black communities in Atlanta and Detroit (and other major cities) might suggest?

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Posted in African Americans, Diversity & Inclusion, Thought Leadership

Graduates: Beware of Fake Job Listings

Scambook warns graduates to be cautious of overly glowing job offers on popular employment websites such as CareerBuilder, LinkedIn and Craigslist.

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Posted in Interview, Organizations, Recruiting, Talent Management

Study: Selection at Colleges and Universities Promote Inequality

America’s post-secondary education system helps perpetuate a dual system of racially segregated pathways that lead to white educational privilege, according to a report by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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Posted in Diversity & Inclusion, Education

Documentary Follows Careers of Pioneering Black and Jewish Tennis Players

“Althea and Angela: A Perfect Match” follows the tennis careers and friendship of Althea Gibson, an African-American from Harlem and Angela Buxton, a Jewish player from England.

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Posted in Career Development, Diversity & Inclusion, Thought Leadership, Women

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