Companies have known for years that supporting community efforts can reflect positively on the organization. Our Trailblazers deemed this relationship critical to the success of diversity and inclusion within their businesses, as this involvement drives results in several ways. Being involved with the community leads to having a better representation of employees that reflect the…
Author’s Note: From time to time, I will introduce you to some of my colleagues and fellow diversity experts by posting their articles within this ezine and on my blog www.LenoraBillingsHarris.com. I hope you will enjoy these different points of view, as I do. This month, Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D., CSP shares her thoughts on the emergence…
Most organizations start their actions for building an inclusive and engaged workforce by offering diversity and inclusion training. This usually raises everyone’s awareness of how they can interact more effectively with people different from themselves, but then what’s next? If new behaviors are not reinforced, those behaviors will not become habits, thus the work culture…
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