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How Filmmaker Kayo Washio is Helping To Make the Entertainment Industry More Diverse and Representative

Thrive Global

It’s important to have diversity represented in entertainment because the entertainment industry is enjoyed by everyone. As a part of my series about leaders helping to make the entertainment industry more diverse and representative, I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Kayo Washio.

2020 and Beyond

HRO Today

Employees are no longer content with following the status quo—they want their employers to adapt to the changing times and modes of work. Identifying data points that can have immediate impact and are sustainable over time will be useful in driving the agile HR approach,” she explains.

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2020 and Beyond

HRO Today

Employees are no longer content with following the status quo—they want their employers to adapt to the changing times and modes of work. Identifying data points that can have immediate impact and are sustainable over time will be useful in driving the agile HR approach,” she explains.

“We need more positive coverage of cultural accomplishments.” with Len Gaincola & Patrick Pennie

Thrive Global

Media coverage is the number one way to enlighten the public on the benefits of diversity. Patrick dedicated his time and expertise to caring for military veterans who suffered with heart disease and other associated complications at the VA Medical center in Manhattan New York.

“The industry is still in its infancy so you can create your own lane” with Len Giancola & Lolita Korneagay

Thrive Global

I attended a cannabis conference in Illinois to be a speaker on a cannabis health panel. Shortly after I walked into the expo area of the conference, I was stopped by a woman who said that she was inspired by my work and she was happy to meet me. Your effort equals your success.

Rising Stars Bob, Gus and Ernie of Ink to Spill: “Empathy is one of the greatest gifts we can give and receive through music”

Thrive Global

BOB: I have a full time career in another profession, so for me this is a moonlighting project. Having a family based in Chicago but spending significant time in Paris as well requires me to spend more time at home but still create viable opportunities to make music.

“To create a great work culture, give back, then give back even more!” with Chris Meyer of GPJ

Thrive Global

He also held leadership positions with INXPO, where he was instrumental in the packaging and production of virtual events featuring both on-demand and live streaming content for use in marketing, corporate training and internal meetings. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Music Star J Wesley “Wes” Ulm: “How we can use music to heal the world”

Thrive Global

The new style is marked by an energetic sonic tapestry that’s at once rhythmic, exciting, and fun, yet also thought-provoking, evocative, at times even mystical. a peasant girl who roused the hearts of her people, at a time when few outside the aristocracy had historical agency.

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Top 15 Employee Engagement Strategies for 2020

CuteHR

If the management and reporting managers spend dedicated time and involvement in discussing and planning out the careers of its employees, they will feel that they belong to the organization. You can donate either time and involvement, or money, or both.

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

Spark Hire

However, it’s equally important that they mesh well with their new colleagues. Whether they’re courting a new client or killing time with someone in accounting, they know what’s OK to say and what’s not. Someone who wants to attend conferences and workshops.

Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018

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Challenges & Opportunities for Talent Managers 7: The Talent.

Strategic HCM

It’s a point I’ve been meaning to make in response to one of the most interesting articles I’ve read this week – which has been a piece by HR Magazine on HR’s evolution. This year, I’ll also be on the programme (now, if that’s not a reason to attend!!!…):