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What Makes a Workplace Diversity Program Successful?

Thrive Global

Facebook publishes an annual diversity report —a way to catalog the efforts the company is making toward diversifying its staff, and to report on its progress. Diversity initiatives are policies and practices designed to improve the workplace experiences and outcomes of target group members.

Making Diversity Central to Success: Q&A With Chevron’s Chief Diversity Officer

HR Digest

Diversity is an overused word, but at Chevron it’s a perfect description of its corporate culture. The company’s 2018 Corporate Responsibility Report highlights how diversity and inclusion (D&I) feature so centrally in the company’s success story.

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“How Diversity Can Increase a Company’s Bottom Line”,With Fotis Georgiadis & JD Miller

Thrive Global

As a part of our series about “How Diversity Can Increase a Company’s Bottom Line”, I had the pleasure of interviewing JD Miller. As Motus’ first senior LGBTQ leader, JD has promoted a balance of diverse and inclusive perspectives and backgrounds. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future


The cumulative impact of these forces demands a new mindset and competences for leaders to be able to stay relevant and make a positive difference to people and hence, business. Equally important for leaders is to re-iterate and reinforce vision, values and strategies.

Neurodiversity: The Definititve Guide


The Neurodiversity Movement is a social justice movement that seeks civil rights, equality, respect, and full societal inclusion for the neurodivergent. Highlight your commitment to diversity and inclusion and reduce the stigma around neurodivergence.

Editor’s Note: Leading in a Time of Uncertainty

HRO Today

Not only are they competing with recent graduates and a male-dominated workplace, but after staying at home for several years, they often must confront a lack of professional confidence too. Uncategorized APAC APAC-Spring-2020 Magazine ArticleBy Michael Switow.

Rising Star Honey Davenport: “Let’s start a movement to create a class throughout all grade schools to teach people kindness”

Thrive Global

They are a vocal activist whose music speaks to the experiences of the oppressed, calling for social justice and equality for all. They competed on season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race and will appear in the upcoming feature-length film God Save the Queens.

How Technology Can Help All Students Become More Grateful

Thrive Global

Equal and equitable are different things. Giving everyone equal opportunity to practice gratitude is not equitable if some people have needs that make the opportunity difficult to take advantage of. Originally published in Greater Good Magazine.

Linn Tagesson: “Starting a company is not glamorous”

Thrive Global

It is a culture that has become known to promote workplace diversity, which has contributed to the group successfully maintaining its goal of 50–50 gender parity in top management. Be yourself, trust your competence, dare to speak out and say what you think.

Axiom CEO Elena Donio: “Resilience is about accepting failure as part of any learning curve”

Thrive Global

According to my Twitter bio, I’m a CEO, a wife, a mother, a mentor, a board member, a champion of workplace equality, and a lover of tech. He has a fantastic ability to embrace diversity of thinking and get the most out of everyone around him. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Gender Roles in Childhood.”, with Sheila Ronning and Candice Georgiadis

Thrive Global

Recognizing her expertise on gender diversity, numerous worldwide corporations have recruited her as well, including KPMG, Kirkland Ellis, Aon, NewsCorp, L’Oreal, and Thomas Reuters. And visibly pregnant women are seen as less competent than non-pregnant women or men in the same position.

“5 Things We Need To Do To Close The Gender Wage Gap”, with Megan McCann, CEO of McCann Partners

Thrive Global

It’s a win-win approach, as the company gets to keep valuable internal talent with less time needed to recruit and/or onboard, and women get a better shot at competing for leadership roles. Community Authority Magazine WonderRecommend women for internal career opportunities ?—?Studies

“In this industry women actually have a big advantage” With Jason Hartman & Vicky Schiff

Thrive Global

They were challenged to compete in a company-to-company paintball war with another firm. We also have a very diverse team, which allows us to see things from different angles and make more balanced decisions. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“5 things I wish someone told me before I became a CEO” with Robin Fleming CEO of Anvl

Thrive Global

I am the poster child for the young woman who didn’t think she could compete with the guys in computer science. Be mentally ready to deal with everything from mansplaining to the frustration of learning that your pay and/or equity is not equal to your male peers. My mother lobbied for equal pay long ago in the 70’s and in fact the gap has narrowed but has been stagnant for the last 13 years stalled at women making 80–83% of what men make. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

sHereos: How Mariah Hale of Neon Kids is providing kids with an exciting and educational gaming experience in a safe and fun group environment

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pioneer in the gaming space, and as an advocate for equality in a. equality in a male-dominated industry. space, and as an advocate for equality in a male-dominated industry. I played sports and enjoyed the nature of competing and being in a team environment.

“Five things we need to do to close the VC gender gap” with Sara Batterby of Equity Capital Collective and Jason Malki

Thrive Global

EqCo’s mission is to offer underserved entrepreneurs, such as women, people of color and LGBTQIA access to the skills, strategies and insights they need to competently and confidently fundraise for their companies. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Internal recruitment: right or wrong? ~ HR to HR 2.0 and Human.

Strategic HCM

One of my readings today has been an article in HR Magazine: ‘Internal Recruitment: Right or Wrong?’ This one will also feature Isabella Hung at TMS, Lee Moody from Rank, Matthew Jeffery from Autodesk, Marilyn Davidson from APSCo and Steve McNally from The Equality Law Group.

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Top 15 Employee Engagement Strategies for 2020


An employee enters an organization with three key expectations: Career Competence. Competence. Most employees after spending a couple of months look for competence-boosting opportunities within the organization so that they can grow and shift to the next level of their careers.

How Proper Goal Setting Can Help Your Team Achieve Their Goals


Figure 1, Performance Magazine Goal Setting Theory: What is it? Build a Learning Goals Orientation Mindset — Someone with a learning goal orientation strives to develop knowledge and competences by mastering challenging situations.

How to Lead in Today’s Changing Workforce


Listen to Jim Link, CHRO at Randstad, lead by moderator Shannon Pritchett speak about his work passions and insights around 1) Generational strategies, 2) Re-imagining today’s workforce structure, and 3) New leadership competencies for GenZ.

This Is Why Skill Set Isn’t Everything In The Hiring Game

Spark Hire

Especially when you consider the fact that, globally, 38 percent of employers had difficulty filling jobs last year due to a lack of technical competencies, according to ManPowerGroup’s 2015 Talent Shortage Survey. However, it’s equally important that they mesh well with their new colleagues.

Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018


RitaMitjans : Mom, Harvard ’90, Chief Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility Officer. d_lux_brand : Fierce advocate for pay equity, gender equality, and diversity and inclusion within the workplace. Equal Housing Lender. Diversity !=

#HRD12 ? helping people become what they are (challenges and.

Strategic HCM

” - Alan Duke, former international career manager, Michelin And then on career development (also see my two recent posts on this - 1 , 2 ): “People are recruited by personnel, for a career, not a job, and personality comes before competence. skip to main | skip to sidebar.