Articles by: Luke Visconti, CEO DiversityInc
Luke Visconti is the founder and CEO of DiversityInc.


It’s Not About Race, It’s About Racism

It’s Not About Race, It’s About Racism

What do Puerto Ricans have in common with NFL players?

Are Your Employees Taking a Knee?

Are Your Employees Taking a Knee?

What corporate leaders can learn from NFL team owners’ sudden support of their football players.

Stop Talking About the Rooney Rule

Stop Talking About the Rooney Rule

Magical thinking will not move the needle on your diversity efforts, or your career, if your leadership is not accountable for results.

‘Regardless Of,’ ‘It Doesn’t Matter’ — Bigoted Phrases in Common Use

‘Regardless Of,’ ‘It Doesn’t Matter’ — Bigoted Phrases in Common Use

Credibility is at the core of a successful diversity management effort. Secretary Tillerson provides a teachable moment.

Protesters gather below a monument dedicated to Confederate Major John B. Castleman while demanding that it be removed from the public square in Louisville, Ky., August 14, 2017.

Time for All of The Confederate Statues to Come Down

The president can’t tell the difference between George Washington and Robert E. Lee. Here’s the difference.

Nazi, No Middle Ground for Human Rights at DiversityInc

No Middle Ground for Human Rights at DiversityInc

Trump’s statements yesterday drew a line that divides good from evil. There is no moral equivalence. You have a right to know where leadership stands.

Charlottesville, Corporate Leaders Must Take a Stand

Corporate Leaders Must Take a Stand

Charlottesville changes everything.

Google

Diversity Management Is Neither Conservative Nor Liberal

The Google controversy is being cast as liberal versus conservative; it’s neither.

Trump’s Base of ‘Victims’ Will Always Have His Back

Trump’s 35% Base of Support Will Not Decline

Victim mentality is the bedrock of Trump’s base.

President Donald Trump met with CEOs at the White House in January, including Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson (center), and Michael Dell of Dell Technologies.

Should Your CEO Meet with President Trump?

What is the responsibility of your corporate executives, what should you expect?

Muslim ban

Sorry and Ashamed

The president is following through on his Muslim ban campaign promise. It's un-American.

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Forthrightly Addresses Racial Tensions, Says 'the dialogue must start with me'

Addressing 1,700 resource group members, Stephenson discusses all the tough issues — and in an honest, forthright, personal and humble way.

John Stumpf

John Stumpf and Wells Fargo

Taking a holistic look at a company and CEO

Please Go Out and Vote, Trump

Trump May Win If You Don’t Vote

Only one candidate directly addressed the coalition of Black, Latino and white citizens who elected Barack Obama twice — Donald Trump.

Donald Trump keeps up divisive rhetoric

Enough is Enough

It's time for responsible Republican leaders to publicly disavow this monster.

Alton Sterling

Is DiversityInc (or BLM) to Blame for our Country’s Problems?

A reader comment blames DiversityInc for race baiting.

Speaker Paul Ryan

Speaker Ryan is Soliciting

Ryan is "not yet" ready to endorse Trump; what is he waiting for?

Hilton CEO Chris Nassetta

Q&A: Hilton Worldwide President & CEO Christopher J. Nassetta

Can you trace the economic benefits to the company of enhancing the lives of its lowest earners?