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.

Seven Steps to Meaningful Diversity and Inclusion Metrics


When it comes to this concept, the success of diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs is no different. To drive and guide a successful plan to diversify an organization or businesses group and make them more inclusive, we need to be able to measure our progress. A lot of D&I practitioners may gleefully note that there is no lack of metrics in the diversity and inclusion space—but which will move the needle on performance?

Kellogg Company’s Melissa Howell on The Value of Recruiting Veteran Talent

HR Digest

"Presence in the Present" As a branded company whose success depends on change management, Kellogg Company puts a premium on its internal culture. From the vantage point of a lifelong career in human resources, Melissa Howell talked with The HR Digest about the various Diversity & Inclusion programs which have put Kellogg on the global map as one of the top companies for veterans, LGBT employees, and executive women.

Rockwell Automation’s Karen Keegans on the importance of AI and Automation in the workplace

HR Digest

Karen Keegans: We created our Leadership Development Program (LDP) to give our early career employees the opportunity to have a career at Rockwell Automation, with a variety of experiences and roles across our business units and functions, and to support our succession plans. When we hire people who are in the early stages of their careers, we're bringing in new, creative ideas and unique perspectives, fostering diverse thinking.


Lockheed Martin’s Patricia Lewis on Inspiring the Next Generation of STEM Professionals

HR Digest

Patricia Lewis: Full Spectrum Leadership is how we describe our expectations for successful leadership at Lockheed Martin. The basic premise is that we need multi-dimensional leaders, those who can achieve desired results while doing it in a way that positions the company for success. It's woven through all aspects of our leadership processes, from recruitment to learning and development, recognition and succession planning.

The Disturbing Signs That We Have A Long Way To Go In Closing The Workplace Gender Gap


Make sure your Diversity & Inclusion program gives special attention to eradicating workplace gender disparities. When conducting succession planning for senior positions, make sure female candidates and minority candidates are considered for open positions. It might take longer to find a diverse group of candidates because there are fewer women and minorities in senior roles, but it is worth the effort.

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.

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Strategic HCM

They are responsible for managing performance, developing skills and creating conditions for success, including releasing people for the greater good, when required. Most, in fact very, Developing an HR Business Plan / Strategy. The Right People Today for Success Tomorrow.