Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

There’s no other way to mince it: Discrimination and prejudice in the workplace regularly stop otherwise qualified candidates from advancing in their careers. Nor can it be summed up in a two-day offsite workshop, or a 60-minute on-demand webinar training.

Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

There’s no other way to mince it: Discrimination and prejudice in the workplace regularly stop otherwise qualified candidates from advancing in their careers. Nor can it be summed up in a two-day offsite workshop, or a 60-minute on-demand webinar training.

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The Complete Guide to Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

There’s no other way to mince it: discrimination and prejudice in the workplace impede qualified candidates’ careers. Nor can they be summed up in a 60-minute on-demand webinar training or solved for in a two-day off-site workshop. This deep-dive discusses the on-going problem of how discrimination and prejudice affect career mobility. The issue isn’t restricted to more traditional, corporate work environments, or to industries where men tend to wield more power.

Learning from Experience: Jay Cross Discusses His "New Muse"

The Bamboo Project Blog

I'm intrigued by how and why people make the career transitions that they do, so I asked Jay to do a blog interview with me about his new direction. Can you give us some background on your career to date? Had a miserable time as a market researcher. Developed curriculum for an educational start-up that eventually became the University of Phoenix; refused to move to Phoenix. My first significant paper on informal learning came out in May 2003.