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By sponsoring or joining these groups, executives get bidirectional learning and can find and motivate talented employees.
What can a person do if they're in a company where the in-crowd goes to a certain church?
DiversityInc reveals why these groups literally have earned a place at the table as a viable business resource—and how your company can benefit.
Diversity experts at Innovation Fest! reveal how leading organizations turned their diversity-management efforts into measurable, sustainable growth. Watch the videos.
A discussion with Kraft Foods’ diversity leader reveals the mentoring, resource-group and global mobility strategies that yield top talent-development results.
Diversity-management case studies show what succeeds and what fails in four companies in two industries: consumer-packaged goods and financial services.
Diversity-management questions on employee surveys are a key way to gain critical feedback. What questions deliver results?
Here’s a roadmap of three critical talent-development best practices that will help you promote, engage and retain more talented people, especially from underrepresented groups.
What best practices will help you start resource groups and use them to maximize talent development and market share?
Resource groups that leverage cultural competence provide the innovative marketplace solutions companies need to increase sales and workplace diversity. Learn best practices from American Express and Procter & Gamble in this diversity web seminar.
A networking discussion with American Express' diversity leader reveals how top companies are using resource groups to reach the marketplace and increase resource-group participation.
Why do companies need resource groups? There are four key reasons: recruitment, retention, talent development and market outreach.
Novartis Pharmaceuticals’ ethnic resource groups eliminate the need for costly market research and provide the cultural insights needed to improve sales.
Here’s how McGraw-Hill’s digital resource group and intranet increased employee collaboration and engagement, product development and sales.
Case studies and real-life examples from more than 20 companies show you how to leverage resource groups to develop talent and connect to customers/clients for improved sales results.
Kraft Foods' Vice President of Diversity Jim Norman shares how resource groups can drive organizational change by identifying key issues and focusing on solutions. Watch DiversityInc's roundtable discussion here.
Watch KPMG's diversity leader Kathy Hannan explain at DiversityInc's roundtable discussion how employee-resource groups have been critical to the firm's multicultural-mentoring efforts.