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DiversityMBA Smart Series Webinar Training- Pam McEvane

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Pam’s Blog:  Insights

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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Booker T Washington Gravesite

Booker T. Washington Celebrated as Founder of Tuskegee University

A leading voice in industrial-vocational education, Washington founded the university 131 years ago.

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Posted in African Americans, Education

Brains Working on a Problem

How to Work with the Biases You Bring to Every Decision

Much as we’d like to think the opposite, all of us are biased in one way or another. Some tips on recognizing them and keeping them out of our business life.

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Posted in Leadership

CSR is a good idea

Linking Diversity and CSR Makes A Lot of Sense

What is the connection between diversity and CSR? How should businesses and executives be looking at the link?

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Posted in Diversity & Inclusion, Organizations

non-profit board

How Serving On Non-Profit Boards Can Boost Your Career

Joining a non-profit board does several things for you.  It gives you board room experience so that you understand the organizational dynamics and etiquette of a board of directors…It gives you visibility.

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Posted in Career Development, Personal Branding, Talent Management

Establishing a New Standard in Corporate America: HACR’s Continuing Mission

Today, HACR is considered to be one of the most influential advocacy organizations in the nation, representing 16 national Hispanic organizations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

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world in hand

How CSR Is Understood & Integrated by Companies

Today, shareholders and stakeholders alike demand more of corporations. They expect conscience to play a part in running the businesses in which they invest and from which they purchase consumer goods.

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