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6 Ways to Advance Gender Equality in the C-Suite

Workology

When it comes to gender equality in the C-suite, the gap between vision and action is wide. In an October 2015 study sponsored by Weber Shandwick and KRC Research and conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 73 percent of global senior executives surveyed believe that women will occupy an equal share of C-level jobs in multinational firms by 2030. One way to chip away at workplace gender inequality is to make employee pay rates an open book.

Katherine Kirkinis of Wanderlust Careers: “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity”

Thrive Global

To be a successful coach, you don’t have to have all of the answers or know everything, but you need to give off solid vibes which usually comes from knowing who you are, what you offer, and believing in the value you bring. T he coaching industry is now tremendous.

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Can Employees Really Bring Their Whole Selves to Work During Polarizing Times?

Ultimate Software

In recent years, there’s been a public push for employers to foster more diverse and accepting workplaces by inviting people to “bring their whole selves” to work. Encouraging people to “bring their whole selves” is a foundational move towards more diverse and equitable workplaces.

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Josh Bersin’s recruiting and HR trends for 2021

Workable

Re-skilling, up-skilling, new job models, new job architectures, new organization models, a focus on the environment, the global climate issues, diversity inclusion equity, Black Lives Matter. Further reading for you: Data shows employee well-being has tangible business benefits.

Inclusive Hiring Practices Aren’t Enough — Here’s How to Retain Diverse Talent

Linkedin Talent Blog

The study’s goal was to uncover how toxic company cultures, microaggressions, bullying, and other inappropriate workplace behavior impact voluntary turnover among different groups — and whether this contributes to tech’s poor diversity numbers overall. Diversity

3 Myths About Working Women That Are Hurting Your Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

Linkedin Talent Blog

In her recent book, That’s What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together (Morrow, 2018), Joanne discusses three common myths about women in the workplace—and offers advice on how to make every employee feel welcomed and valued. As Joanne points out, gender-diverse leadership teams can yield greater financial returns than those with homogeneous leadership. They see gender equality, simply, as a business imperative,” she says.

A New Key to Productivity?

Thrive Global

One that takes in international time zones, encouraging cognitive diversity and time zone equality? You’re probably well versed in the pitfalls of working internationally and time zone differences. It creates a time zone equality.

how companies can build more equitable workplaces … and what’s getting in the way

Ask a Manager

Yesterday I printed an excerpt from Authentic Diversity: How to Change the Workplace for Good , by diversity and inclusion expert Michelle Silverthorn. Well, let’s get right into it. Many companies want to solve their diversity problems with hiring.

Is Sexism Still Holding Us Back?

Inpower Coaching

One of my 9 Lives readers tipped me off to an article that is a must-read for any woman engaged in or thinking about working for a paycheck: “Home Economics: The Link Between Work-Life Balance and Income Equality ” by Stephen Marche. Why would these same fathers feel that their daughters are not entitled, through hard work and accomplishment, to an equal opportunity of building a lucrative and rewarding career? appeared first on InPower Coaching.

How To Build Effective Gender Partnerships And Help Men Create A Healthier Culture Of Masculinity

Thrive Global

We curated a diverse, multidisciplinary roster of speakers from 11 countries, who are arguably the world’s leading experts on masculinity in their respective fields. We wanted to provide a diversity of perspectives to offer an array of entry points for our attendees to be able to relate.

Want to Retain Women Leaders? Look Beyond Maternity Leave

HR Bartender

Women are becoming mothers later in life, often after they are well-established in their careers and in positions of management and leadership. As more companies – especially technology, science, and engineering industries – are struggling to meet diversity and inclusion goals, HR professionals should consider developing programs focused on retaining working mothers. Not only is offering the benefits important, but making them easy to access is equally imperative.

Leveraging the “Beautiful Game” in the Age of Collaboration

ATD Human Capital

“At their core, most people have values that favor individual responsibility and performance over any form of groups, whether it be a team or otherwise,” write Douglas Smith and Jon Katzenbach in their bestselling book, The Wisdom of Teams. I view it as a fixed mindset (and the collaboration mindset as a growth mindset), based on the work of Stanford University Professor Carol Dweck, in her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. Team Coaching Platform.

4 Things Every Company Should Do to Retain Underrepresented Talent

Linkedin Talent Blog

The study’s goal was to uncover how toxic company cultures, microaggressions, bullying, and other inappropriate workplace behavior impact voluntary turnover among different groups — and whether this contributes to tech’s poor diversity numbers overall. Diversity

Want Better Recruiting? Add These 41 Twitter Feeds To Your List

Eightfold

Adamsen is passionate about using data for good and focuses his knowledge on people analytics, talent strategy, workforce planning, diversity and inclusion, and employee engagement and wellbeing. Connecting underserved populations to technology ensures the very diversity we.

Reflecting on Illuminate 2019: How to Empower the Modern Workplace

Reflektive

Featuring speakers from Allbirds, Airbnb, Omada Health, AppAnnie, Pinterest, and 23andMe, Illuminate shined light on the employee journey and its expansion to include a company’s work environment, mission, values, culture, and wellness. In addition to sessions discussing diversity and inclusion and coaching culture at scale, Illuminate offered attendees a chance to win a pair of Allbirds following the event.

Gaurav Dhillon of SnapLogic: “Support education”

Thrive Global

But beyond specific education around equality, we as a society need to fully embrace education as the great equalizer. Shifting the spending priorities of this nation to support better equality in and access to education?—?from Pirsig, which was a life-changing book for me.

3 Ways to Drive Growth with Digital HR Transformation

Reflektive

Digital business transformation across most departments in the enterprise has been well underway for several years. Become a real-time culture with in-the-moment coaching, development and recognition rather than rear-view mirror performance reviews delivered with bias. Scale diversity and inclusion (D&I) strategies and results with data-driven decision-making across core people management processes. Let’s Focus on Diversity and Inclusion (D&I).

Grace, Dignity, and Compassion

Thrive Global

They served me well as we navigated the turbulent waters of the Great Recession and are proving to be particularly important during the current state of social unrest and economic upheaval. Time and talent are equally important currencies for most worthy causes.

Deloitte’s Lara Abrash: “Ask and listen”

Thrive Global

I was one of the lucky ones who discovered what I wanted to be when I ‘grew up’ in middle school when my class did the books and records for Firehouse 123. Is there a particular book that made a significant impact on you? Well-being and self-care are essential. Know thyself ?—?To

Jamie Gelbtuch of Cultural Mixology: “Showing up consistently”

Thrive Global

When coaches repeatedly align their values, words, and actions, they show integrity as a person and a professional. T he coaching industry is now tremendous. Many professionals have left their office jobs to become highly successful coaches. …Showing up consistently.

Want Better Recruiting? Add These 25 Recruitment Leaders to Your Feed

Eightfold

His Twitter feed is a treasure trove of information on recruiting marketing and content marketing, as well as a gateway to Alder’s contributions to GetApp. Currently, he works as a recruitment coach in Australia and New Zealand, where he provides professional development and online leadership programs. His Twitter feed is full of the latest recruitment news from around the globe, as well as hints toward his interests in soccer, cricket and tennis.

Airbnb’s Marisa Moret: “Why you should never be afraid or ashamed to advocate for yourself”

Thrive Global

She is recognized for her extensive network and her ability to connect people and build profitable relationships with diverse constituencies, including community groups, government officials and business leaders. Get a mentor, hire a coach and consult with a financial planner.

Patriarchy and White Supremacy Is What The World Needs To Start Defunding.

Thrive Global

We educated ourselves, watched less news, practised more self-care, tried to rest (most of us can’t even afford to, but we try), we dug deeper into what’s really going on and read more books. This is why diverse race data is also important. diverse data matters.

The 14 Silicon Valley HR Execs You Should Follow on Social Media

Eightfold

Whether it’s reading quick nuggets of information on Twitter or sitting down with a 300-page book, learning from people who have been there and done it is a must if you want to make the most of your career — and your organization’s current HR efforts. . Laszlo Bock is perhaps the most influential, respected and well-known HR professional Silicon Valley has ever produced. His book, WORK RULES! She is a pioneer of equal pay and has overseen Salesforce spend $8.7

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Jared Pope of Work Shield: “Attitude reflects leadership”

Thrive Global

This encompasses all matters related to workplace culture, diversity, inclusion and equality. My hard work continued through selling books door-to-door for three summers to help finance college and working a 20- to 30-hour week job during law school.

“Give your people opportunities to learn.” With Steve Butler

Thrive Global

Is there a particular book that made a significant impact on you? The book explores the ways in which people and companies have to adjust as the average lifespan increases. Can you tell our readers a bit about your experience working with initiatives to promote Diversity and Inclusion?

Dr. Karen Semien-McBride: “Emotions are a large part of the output of human brain function”

Thrive Global

Dr. Karen is a renowned Social Psychologist, Executive Business Coach, Business Strategist, and Motivational Speaker. She is one of the most sought-after executive coaches and business strategists for non-profit organizations and small businesses in Southern California. Well, it did.

5 Steps We Must Take To Truly Create An Inclusive, Representative, and Equitable Society with Jason Hartman & Jen Fry

Thrive Global

Jen Fry runs JenFryTalks, LLC, a social justice education firm that uses conversation to educate and empower those within athletics through an anti-racist lens on issues of race, inclusion, intersectionality, diversity, and equity. I never questioned if someone who looked like me could coach.

“Decolonize our minds” with Yanna Joanne Papadopoulos of Teenacers

Thrive Global

Is there a particular book that made a significant impact on you? This book played a major role in structuring my graduate work on Indigenous Education. This book empowered me to advocate for equitous education.

Teresa Hopke of Talking Talent -North America: “Get commitment from the top”

Thrive Global

Teresa Hopke is CEO, Talking Talent -North America, a global coaching firm that inspires inclusive cultures that allow people and organizations to thrive. There was German, Norwegian, and Swedish heritage primarily and there wasn’t a lot of visible diversity beyond those core ethnicities.

“Self-Awareness”, Michael S. Seaver and Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated

Thrive Global

Self-Awareness is the ability to recognize and understand your moods, emotions, and drives, as well as their effect on others. He gradually learned to treat all employees equally. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University coaching MBA students and alumni.

Why I Don’t Want My Kids to Be “the Best” at Anything

Thrive Global

Even at a young age, coaches and parents see something in her that other kids may develop, but don’t quite have yet. She has natural talent and a drive — to not only want to win, but to play well. More soccer equals better soccer right? And more importantly: I want to offer my kids a balance of extracurricular opportunities as well as unstructured time. Her friends and coaches took notice too, and I watched my daughter’s confidence grow.

“If you always tell the truth, you never have to remember what to say”, With Clarke Murphy and Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated

Thrive Global

Hire, retain and develop diverse talent: Make a visible commitment to DE&I and create authentic partnerships with diversity-focused organizations. Once diverse talent is through your door, actively sponsor them and ensure they get visibility and stretch opportunities to advance within your organization. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations as well as a member of the board of directors of Carnegie Hall and the New York City Ballet.

“Challenge your team. ” With Michael Simpson

Thrive Global

Michael co-founded PAIRIN after over a decade as a certified coach and spent seven years living in Russia coaching many at-risk young adults to successful careers. Is there a particular book that made a significant impact on you? It also requires grace in equal measure to truth.

“Understand the “why” behind your habits.” Alejandra Matos and Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated

Thrive Global

Alejandra Matos is a licensed psychotherapist in the Dominican Republic and an international coach. We cannot be the therapist, psychologist, or coach for everyone, which is a good thing! Habits can play a huge role in mental wellness.