Diversity CheckMarch 17, 2023
Don’t Let a Shaky Economy Derail Your DEI Efforts By Amri B. Johnson

If your company’s focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) seems to be running out of steam, you’re not alone.

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Embrace EquityMarch 17, 2023
For Women’s History Month, Advice From Women Mentors By Deb Boelkes

Why should the newest generation of emerging leaders enter their careers with little to no tribal knowledge of what it means to struggle, succeed, and lead as a woman?

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Embracing DifferencesJanuary 23, 2023
Organizations Lose When Employees Are ‘Othered‘ By Amri B. Johnson

If you’re involved in DEI work, you are all too familiar with othering. For far too long, certain groups have been — however unintentionally — excluded from the dominant culture at work. When one is not part of the “in group,” they miss out on opportunities — and the company misses out on their gifts and perspectives. Othering is destructive for everyone.

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Consider Employees With Chronic Illnesses By Tifani Jones

Change is not always easy, but if you can approach company travel policies from an employee-first mindset, you can truly create an inclusive culture that cares about its people.

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Eight Trends Leaders Can’t Afford to Miss By Rick Grimaldi

To stay relevant and attract a talented workforce, you’ve got to know which outdated standards and behaviors no longer belong in today’s workplace.

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3 Must-Have Traits For Bold Leadership By Merilee Kern

While some contest, or outright refute, whether or not former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill famously says “success is not final, failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts,” the power of that statement looms large irrespective of origin..

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Defining What They Bring to the Table By Phelps R. Hope

Take a sigh of relief that this new generation values what you do, but don’t grow complacent. Keep your old playbooks intact, but get ready to make some changes to them.

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How to Plan a Conference That Accommodates Deaf Attendees By Marilyn Weber

What planners should know before hiring onsite interpreter coordinators.

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