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Is Bias embedded RacISM?

“I will acknowledge that this is truly a conversation I did not want to have. I am not sure of the psychological, relative nature of bias and racism, but I am warning you we’d better make sure we uncover any traces of deep, embedded, subconscious bias and hatred that could overflow into the workplace.”

Toyota President Akio Toyoda shown during a news conference after the arrest of global communications chief Julie Hamp. Said Toyoda: "Ms. Hamp is a very important, trustworthy friend."
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Bumps in Toyota’s road to diversity

TOKYO — Just three months ago, Akio Toyoda sent shock waves through Toyota Motor Corp., promoting three non-Japanese executives to top positions at headquarters in an effort to make the company’s leadership reflect its global reach. Yet a pair of culture clashes last week suggest that the Toyota chief’s effort to shake up the company […]

2015 50 Out Front

2015 50 Out Front Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers To Work

Diversity MBA announces the 2015 50 Out Front Best Places For Women & Diverse Women To Work: #1. AT&T.

2015 Inclusive Leadership Benchmarking

2015 Inclusive Leadership Index – Benchmarking Survey – Specialty List

The “Best in Class” awards recognize the Top 10 companies in each of the areas the magazine benchmarks, recognizing the companies that have demonstrated consistency and excellence and best practices in management and leadership in each area. The six areas measured are Recruitment, Representation, Succession Planning, Workplace Inclusion, Accountability, and Board Diversity. The “Best in […]

By Pamela DeLoatch

Global diversity: the link to performance

It’s important to realize that diversity doesn’t look the same in every environment. For example, creating diversity in organizations in countries like Africa can be different than creating diversity in organizations operating stateside, said Cynthia Hardy Young, CEO and Founder of Pivot Global Partners. And the first step is to respect and honor local cultures, […]

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Persons with disabilities – a worldwide underutilized resource

From a global talent acquisition perspective, many countries have quotas for hiring people with disabilities. In addition to such quotas, these individuals regularly experience barriers to employment, from inaccessible company websites to physical barriers to discriminatory policies.

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ERGs..A career strategy…Ya think?

  As I was preparing for our Diversity Smarts webinar, “ERG Best Practice: Leveraging Career Development,” I realized that it was a good subject to discuss, particularly because the state of employee resource groups has evolved.       Here’s what I mean by that: ERGs were established a few decades ago for the purpose […]

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Landscape of Hispanic corporate America: Shrinking Leadership

  As we celebrate Cinco de Mayo this month and as I think about Hispanic progress, I felt it appropriate to share my insights on the state of Hispanic leadership in corporate America – specifically the changing dynamics that impact the pipeline.     I want to call attention to the shrinking Hispanic pipeline, and […]

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Diversity in healthcare: what’s the mystery?

  Diversity MBA recently completed our first annual healthcare summit with presenting sponsor, Carolinas HealthCare System and title sponsor, Institute for Diversity, an AHA affiliate.       We had 150 leaders participate in the summit, representing 40 organizations and companies.  These organizations, which included Diversity MBA’s new and existing partners, combined to create a […]

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Can you safely fail forward?

  Let’s have some real conversation about failure and what the real impact is on one’s life. Everyone seems to think it is ‘A OK’ to tell folks that failing is a virtue that you must learn to do gracefully. While it is OK to make the mistake, you just need to know how to […]

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The MIX

  Ok, I know I have been on my soap box for the past few months talking about how the population in the world is a changing and that companies need to get on the good foot and start seriously diversifying their pipeline for entry- and middle-level positions and leadership roles.         […]

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From the Heart?

    Recently, I had the pleasure of participating in the Workplace Inclusion Forum, held in Minneapolis, Minn., and hosted by St. Thomas University. The forum attracts diversity and inclusion practitioners at all levels; some teach and some absorb.       This forum has become a foundational platform for D&I practitioners to learn from […]

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The Making of a Multicultural Super Consumer

    Consumer | 03-18-2015 Multicultural consumers are rapidly becoming the core of the U.S. population. Today, African-American, Asian American and Hispanic consumers account for more than 120 million people combined (38% of the total population). These groups are projected to increase by 2.3 million each year before becoming a numeric majority of the population […]

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