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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.

Mind on Mobility

HRO Today

Rather, HR leaders should evaluate all of their talent for interest and competency in handling an assignment. This supports diversity, increases the talent pool, and provides an appropriate forum for discussion with management,” suggests Morris.

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Career Champions

HRO Today

Moreover, they signal to employees that the employer values its people and is interested in their success—not just on the job, but throughout their careers. All of these lead to greater diversity and an appreciation for new ways of working.” Diversity by Design.

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The Top HR Conferences in 2017-2018 You Can’t Afford to Miss

Compensation Today

Once you’ve successfully acquired the buy-in you need for your conference, take some time to consider the speakers and topics that are applicable to you, make yourself a schedule. You can peruse some of the top restaurants in Atlanta Magazine’s best restaurant list.

The C-Suite Gets an Upgrade

SAP Innovation

Yet it’s hard to say how much of a rock star leader’s success comes from know-how and how much comes from a combination of expectations, accumulated status, and access to information and tools that aren’t readily available to subordinates. The Cult of Competency.

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#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.