How to Support Global Diversity in the Workplace

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

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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.

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Black Men and Women of The C-Suite: “Diversity isn’t just about representation, it’s about agency and impact” with Michelle Hall of enCourage Kids Foundation

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Diverse executive teams enhance the depth of conversation, widen perspectives, and increase creativity. A diverse executive team goes a long way toward making sure all employees feel safe and emboldens them to dream more expansively about their trajectory within the organization.

I Host a Podcast, Tour the HR Conference Circuit and Hit the Gym Once a Day—Here's How I Make Time for Learning

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In our Learning Diaries series, seasoned HR and business leaders share how they make time for a critical but often overlooked aspect of their jobs: learning. I rarely can find the time to read a book or even listen to a book in its entirety, so I often read or watch a video in short bursts."

Filmmaker Keithian D. Sammons: “Not including diversity in Film and TV is like orphaning people from the world and their culture”

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I feel like not including diversity is like orphaning people from the world and their culture. We are all honestly working towards one love… but if all people are not represented, then we have holes in that love and the history of our countries, world, and times are lost.

INTERVIEW: Shannon Schuyler, Chief Purpose Officer at PwC, on CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion

HR Digest

Adaptability is one of the mainsprings of diversity. While much needs to be done to neutralize our biases and unleash untapped talent – Shannon Schuyler, Chief Purpose Officer of PwC, is already hard to work developing the one asset she feels will help ensure deep-level diversity and inclusion throughout the organization. I spent my time leading a culture where people can find themselves and what their purpose is, so they can understand why their skill is important and valued.

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.

“One of the biggest ‘myths’ I’ve heard over the years is women aren’t interested in tech; I totally disagree” with Penny Bauder & Sharon Watkins

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This bank did not allow time to be taken for my sick child and the one time I called out was when my three-year-old daughter was running a fever. As a women-owned business, I believe in constantly promoting an environment for diverse businesses to thrive is vital.

Educating Through EVP

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Diversity and inclusion (D&I). Schubert: We are very blessed in the South Florida market to have an extremely diverse cultural blend of employees. It is too soon to tell if it will be predictive of behavior, but we are excited to modify our approach in real-time, 24/7.

Winning the Long Game

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Consider these factors: Unemployment is at an all-time low. Facing the pressure to attend four-year colleges, fewer and fewer young people opt to pursue apprenticeships in crafts or skilled labor positions. Where does the company stand on diversity and inclusion?

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.

‘It is a myth that there is a fixed female leadership “quota” you need to fight to get access to’, With Penny Bauder & Dr. Alessandra Costa

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A strong advocate and supporter of diversity in technology, Alessandra founded the Cadence Women of Worldwide Field Operations program to attract, retain and promote female talent in sales as well as the broader Cadence organization. 4) Take the time to prepare for meetings.

“Here Are 5 Things That Should Be Done To Improve The US Educational System” With Penny Bauder & Dr. Scott Cowen

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Cowen has been named one of the top college presidents in the nation by TIME magazine and is the recipient of several prestigious national awards for leadership in higher education. We’re seeing much more emphasis on diverse student bodies and inclusive campuses.

“How to write a book that sparks a movement”, with Chelle Neff

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Change starts one person at a time. You don’t need to reach a thousand people at a time, although a fast selling book can help that. Ours is about inspiring people to change one thing about their beige box at a time. It requires a ton of interviews, research and time.

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

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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.

“Confidence is contagious” with Penny Bauder & Carrie J DePeter

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While I was with a group of clients, I closely followed a client into the same chamber and bumped into his back about 5 times before the door stopped turning, making for the most uncomfortable 30–60 seconds. Diverse hiring. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Meet The Female Leaders Of Finance: “Women have a responsibility to elevate one another” with Kassandra Dasent and Jason Hartman

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…Finally, women have a responsibility to elevate one another instead of trying at times to undermine the efforts of each other. One reason is that the demographics of the United States, from a racial and ethnic perspective, is more diverse than it has ever been.

“5 Things You Need To Do Build A Trusted And Beloved Brand”, with Fredda Hurwitz of RedPeg

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At the same time, we launched Women of RedPeg, our Mentorship Program, a PR strategy that actively tries to find opportunities for as many people as possible across the agency to comment or contribute to an article and our most recent initiative, RedPeg People of Color.

Rising Star Joe Logli: “If I could inspire a movement, that would help the greatest amount of people, it would be to promote clean energy, and discourage the use of fossil fuels, and other sources of energy that harm our environment”

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After a successful career in sales and business, Joe decided that it was time to switch things up and seek new challenges, so he set his sights on Hollywood. My mother was a full-time housewife and supermom. I have been excited about this project since the first time I read the script.

How Digital HR Solves Business Challenges

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Schneider Electric is transforming its human capital management approaches one tech solution at a time. It’s a daily occurrence that employees attend video conferences, use workplace productivity apps, and receive smartphone notifications. Perfection comes over time.

“Here are 5 things we must do to inspire the next generation about sustainability and the environment” With Penny Bauder & Eric Schwaab

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At the time, there were a lot of changes underway, as urban sprawl was chewing up forests and really undermining the Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts. Fairly early in my career, I was able to attend a summer program at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.

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

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I attended a cannabis conference in Illinois to be a speaker on a cannabis health panel. Many times I wonder if anyone is actually watching or reading my content. There’s not enough ethnic diversity within the cannabis industry. Thank you so much for the time you spent with this.

Glassdoor CPO Annie Pearl: “Why Overcommunication is critical”

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Area Business in 2019 by the San Francisco Business Times. At the time, Box was in a. I’ve had many incredible experiences during my time at Glassdoor, but I’d. the same time, which prevented us from focusing on our strengths. women take time off to have children.

PepsiCo’s Tom Mooradian: “Why you should expose children to positive experiences in the environment” with Penny Bauder

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As a schoolkid, I took a lengthy bus ride into town to attend public school where I was able to learn amongst a group of students from very different backgrounds and gain an appreciation for diversity of cultures, perspectives, etc. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Why Relationships Matter: An Interview with Mentoring Expert, Dr. Rosina Racioppi of WOMEN Unlimited

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Over time, I starting sensing resistance to my ideas and suggestions. For the first time, women are the majority of the workforce. As I got older, I attended a professional dance studio. Visibility is more than face time. For the first time this year, women are the majority of the workforce. Diversity is bringing different people into key roles. Community Authority Magazine

“Five things we need to do to close the gender wage gap”, with Jessica Wooke of RobustWealth

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Jess has a diverse technical and customer-centric background. Though by this time, I saw that as an opportunity to challenge the status quo and push ahead with my voice, experience and perspective. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“5 Things Anyone Can Do To Optimize Their Mental Wellness”, with Victoria Woodruff and Beau Henderson

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I have had the privilege of working with a diverse group of patients in terms of ethnicity, sexuality, age, diagnosis, and experiences. The patient who I helped through a dark time began helping others and became a beacon of hope for so many more. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Cutting-Edge Change

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Subsequently, my previous company realised they needed a more diverse team. We want to give them time to do quality work and focus on human interactions instead of operational and transactional matters. Now our recruiters do not need to spend too much time doing competency analysis.

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

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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.

Rising Star Megan Le: “I used to think empathy was the thing that impeded me the most; But I think if we all practiced more empathy we’d just be happier people”

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After graduating college, she moved to Los Angeles where she attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and with that education, began working on commercials, television, and film not only as an actor, but in stunts as well. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“5 Things We Need To Do To Close The Gender Wage Gap”, with John Schwarz CEO of Visier

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A respected industry expert, John has been covered in publications such as the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, TechCrunch, and VentureBeat. Guess where I spent my time from Thanksgiving to New Years? Thank you so much for your time.

“It’s important to provide opportunities and experiences to others.” With Fotis Georgiadis & Terry Barclay

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Often times it comes with experience and wisdom, and people get better later in life at growing the next generation of leaders. Under Terry’s leadership, Inforum has become a trusted ally and sought-after resource in helping companies advance gender diversity to build inclusive work environments. In my family, women were on occasion the bread winners, which was rare in the time period and culture. Define diversity broadly and hold yourself accountable for making it happen.

“I Am Living Proof Of The American Dream” with Ariela Nerubay, CMO of Curacao

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However, the length of time required to devote to the process and the repetition of paperwork that needs to be submitted over and over is clear evidence of an inefficient system and one that is in great need of optimization. That’s what makes America great, immigration and diversity.

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

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He devotes his spare time to guest lecturing at several universities, including his alma mater Cornell University?—?where It is up to the leaders to build an ecosystem where support, communication, equality, diversity and philanthropy is the norm. 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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In her free time, she enjoys playing Call of. In her free time, she enjoys. her free time, she enjoys playing Call of Duty, Apex Legends, and Halo. I’ve always been a gamer but for the longest time I was told that gaming. be the parking attendant or the CEO.

“5 things I wish someone told me before I became a VP”, with Rebecca Weizenecker of FundThrough

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Take time to understand each person’s unique work style and motivators, then adjust your management style accordingly. I always take the time to check in with my team on a regular basis and adjust my management accordingly. At FundThrough, diversity is one of our core principles.

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

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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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