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Here are some words to avoid and some ways to support and be inclusive of transgender colleagues in the workplace.
A new study shows huge differences in how people are treated.
At Novant Health, a guide and videos were developed to assist professionals in providing quality healthcare that is sensitive to each patient’s values.
As two more international students are arrested, use caution to avoid stereotyping.
Yet another insensitive Republican gaffe makes headlines. Can the GOP get its act together in time for the next election cycle?
Get white men on board for diversity management with PwC's unique and innovative diversity initiative. The firm's diversity leader shares his methodology for this successful program.
How has cultural competence enabled Wells Fargo to help customers succeed financially? The company's Head of Global Remittance Services explains their business advantage.
Cultural competence in healthcare and diversity in succession planning are critical to the future of Kaiser Permanente, the next CEO, Bernard J. Tyson, told DiversityInc the day he was named to the position.
Diversity-management case studies show what succeeds and what fails in four companies in two industries: consumer-packaged goods and financial services.
Maximize female talent development in every country with these best practices from seven global companies, including Sodexo, Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble.
A cultural disconnect with Brazilian colleagues showed this leader how diversity affects business potential.
Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum are the latest politicians to perpetuate negative stereotypes about Blacks. Dr. Claude Steele, educator and expert on stereotypes, gives advice on the dangers of these kinds of misstatements, their impact on the workplace and how to handle them.
Cultural competence is about more than embracing differences. Jon Campbell, executive vice president for Wells Fargo Bank’s social-responsibility group, discovers that genuine curiosity, mentoring and respect also play a vital role.
Question: I've joined a new company in May 2006. All of my coworkers are white. I find it very difficult to build a working relationships with them. I often wonder is it my race (black). Do you think whites feel afraid to communicate with blacks on a professional level?