ADP's David White, Division Vice President, Global Solutions, gives five tips on getting a promotion, including providing solutions for problems.
From Supplier Diversity to Supplier Inclusion – Embracing Supply Chain Diversity at The Hershey Company
Hershey Vice President, Chief Procurement Officer Susanna Zhu writes about the company's progress in supplier diversity and its work to help women participate in the cocoa agriculture economy.
Angela Coachman, Senior Director, Global HR, ADP, gives 5 tips on how to distinguish yourself as a high potential.
Nicole Felix, Assistant Director in the Americas Inclusiveness Center of Excellence at EY, talks about what diversity means to her and why she co-founded a financial literacy and entrepreneur program for middle-school students and their parents.
Abbott's Corlis Murray, Senior Vice President, Quality Assurance, Regulatory and Engineering Services, talks about her inspirations for getting into engineering and her work in encouraging young women and minorities to get involved in STEM.
Tony Jordan, Senior Partner at EY, talks about how mentors and sponsors helped him in his career, gives advice on how to become a high potential and the benefits of serving on a not-for-profit board.
Innocent Shumba, Assurance Partner in EY’s Technology Industry practice, talks about growing up in Zimbabwe and how he got interested in accounting, how mentors and sponsors helped him in his career and five things high potentials should avoid.
Marc Womack, Chief Operating Officer, TD Auto Finance, gives tips on how to develop a mentoring relationship.
Heather Paquette, KPMG's Detroit Office Managing Partner, gives reasons why you should get involved in community work.
In 2011, EY Unplugged was created to help the firm’s ethnic minority new hires understand the unwritten rules of career building. The program has become an integral part of the onboarding experience for Black and Latino associates. DiversityInc explores the history of EY Unplugged and gets perspectives on the experience of going through the program.
Kelley Cornish, Head of US Diversity and Inclusion, TD Bank, gives three tips on distinguishing yourself as a high potential.
Participants from EY, JCPenney and Monsanto give career advice on how to become a high potential, from the importance of family support to cultivating relationships to excelling in your role and not being inundated by expectations.
Marc Womack, Chief Operating Officer, TD Auto Finance, gives advice on how to respond when someone has a preconceived notion of your appearance and says, "you speak so well."
KPMG Tax Partner Adrian Anderson gives advice on how to prioritize your work/life balance.
TIAA recently announced an expanded gender neutral parental leave policy.
Veterans are an important part of TIAA's employee-base and mentorship is crucial to making a transition back to the workforce successful.
Wells Fargo’s EVP Lisa Stevens discusses the importance of community service, the power of positive thinking and embracing change.
Diana Solash, Director, Global and Americas Diversity & Inclusiveness at EY, gives advice on overcoming obstacles in your career.
KPMG Audit Partner gives advice on how to shrink the confidence gap and show up more confident at work.
Heather Paquette, KPMG’s Detroit Office Managing Partner, gives advice on how to bring your authentic self to work.
Wyndham Worldwide’s Delaine Bailey gives advice on owning your confidence in the workplace, including bringing your authentic self to work, knowing who you are and being comfortable in your own skin.
KPMG Audit Partner gives career advice on accelerating your career by aligning expectations with your manager.
PwC Principal Mike Donoghue gives key advice to veterans on how to network, become a high potential, learn from mistakes and overcoming roadblocks.