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The program inspires future leaders to pay it forward in their communities.
Accenture, Hilton and GM execs discuss successful ways to make mentoring programs successful.
Abbott talent vice president offers best practices including involvement from the top, formal tracking and an egalitarian approach.
Marlon Sullivan, Divisional Vice president of Talent and Development, Abbott Laboratories; Rosalia Thomas, Director of Human Resources, IBM; and Daphanie Pointer, Supplier Diversity Manager, Monsanto talk about disciplined mentoring programs.
Cox's COO is working to get more women on the operations side of the cable business, where their presence continues to be a rarity.
In a career that has taken her around the world, Vildan Kehr, Divisional Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition at Abbott, shares what is necessary to be a global leader in business.
Accenture named Julie Spellman Sweet to head its U.S. operations. As of next month, four of the six major consulting firms will have women leaders.
Michele G. Green, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at Prudential Financial, offers best practices for increasing the retention rates of employees from underrepresented groups.
The companies with the best data for women in management and senior roles use three best practices most frequently – mentoring, employee-resource groups, and flexible workplaces
What is the difference between the Top 10 and the rest of the DiversityInc Top 50? Deep CEO and senior leadership involvement, creating the need for best practices that lead to significant human-capital improvements.
Questionable rules and technical difficulties at the launch of fellowship program to promote diversity provoke a social media backlash.
Getting an early start on mentoring by connecting with college students has created a vast pipeline of diverse talent at EY.
CEOs from Accenture, Wyndham, Sodexo, EY, Novartis, MasterCard and Merck share what makes their companies so special as they accept awards at a DiversityInc event in New York City.
George Chavel, President and CEO, saluted the efforts of Dr. Rohini Anand, Senior Vice President and Global Chief Diversity Officer, and the D&I staff in creating a world-class model of cross-cultural mentoring. He spoke at DiversityInc’s event.
Top Company for Mentoring: Target Accepting Award: Beth Jacob, Executive Vice President, Target Technology Services and Chief Information Officer Reasons for Honor: Although Target is a major retailer with operations across the country, almost all of its employees participate in its formal mentoring program. The senior levels of the organization are mentors. Metrics are used …
How have their relationships evolved? What have been the greatest benefits? Hear personal experiences and success stories from sponsors/people being sponsored and mentors/mentees.
What’s the business case for starting a mentoring program? How do you get widespread usage? How involved should senior executives be? How do you measure success?
Do you need both a mentoring and a sponsorship program? How do you get sponsors to work with people from underrepresented groups? Can sponsorship be formalized?
“The power of diversity is real,” say two leaders of companies on the DiversityInc Top 50, who share their best practices on how to harness that power into supporting effective diversity management.
Talent-development leaders from Pfizer, Wells Fargo, AT&T, Target, Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Baxter International analyzed their mentoring best practices, training and metrics at DiversityInc’s recent event. In this slideshow, we reveal seven most of their most successful strategies for successful mentoring. After viewing these selected tips, subscribers to BestPractices.DiversityInc.com have full access to all …
Kate Barton, Americas Vice Chair – Tax Services, Ernst & Young, discusses the benefits of mentoring and sponsorship in helping women leaders advance.
What do you do first? Where do you find mentors and mentees? How long should pairings last?
Sheryl Sandberg’s "Lean In" says senior women perceive mentoring requests as “total mood killers” and urges younger women to excel before they try to find mentors. Here’s why she’s totally wrong.