Diversity management is the key to identifying what’s stopping your employees from doing their best work. Capital One reveals how to find “barriers to greatness” in your company and what you can do about it.
These companies are working to bring meaningful and effective care to at-risk populations that face barriers in income, language or culture.
At our first Innovation Fest!, we had 10 rapid-fire presentations that demonstrated how diversity fuels creative business solutions. Our next Innovation Fest! will be Sept. 12 in New York City.
Diversity management includes diversity in thought. But how can leaders tap into what’s inside employees’ heads to derive better innovation?
The nonprofit organization’s board of directors is mostly Texan, homogeneous and wealthy. Here’s how the lack of diversity fueled its misstep over funding to Planned Parenthood.
How involved should your chief diversity officer be with your diversity council? Four companies weigh in.
Want to maintain your ranking as a diversity leader? Here’s a lesson in what NOT to do.
What diversity-management best practice can deliver top-notch results? Two companies—one with a more traditionally structured council and one with a more integrated model—share their significant results.
The California court decision striking down the ban on same-sex marriage benefits corporations actively standing up for equal rights for all employees.
Should workplace diversity include flexible work options? Diversity experts from Deloitte and Eli Lilly reveal in this web seminar how work/life programs can help your company build a more productive and loyal workforce.
Former NBA star John Amaechi says the antidote to stereotypes and slurs rests in mindfully chosen words.
Diversity and inclusion shaped this CEO’s worldview. Here’s how he turned action into innovation at Ameren.
GLSEN’s Executive Director Dr. Eliza Byard notes how Dr. King’s message that Black people would eventually reach the promised land is a reminder today that progress, no matter how slow, is crucial.
Diversity and inclusion can transform workplace experiences. GLSEN’s Dr. Eliza Byard shows how resource groups, like gay-straight alliances, can help.
With an all-woman socially responsible investment firm, the head of NorthStar Asset Management is a force to be reckoned with in corporate America. Luke Visconti gets her to open up about what she looks for when assessing companies and who is under her microscope.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s support of LGBT rights in every country opens the door for companies to be more openly inclusive. How is this likely to unfold, and what can your company do now?
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.
Diversity management at Sodexo centers on a special trust and open dialogue. What can you learn from this DiversityInc Top 50 company?
What diversity and inclusion strategies helped this company rise to the DiversityInc Top 50?
Watch the full-length video of NBA player John Amaechi’s presentation at the DiversityInc 2011 Special Awards.
Sodexo has been a leader in implementing, measuring and assessing diversity initiatives. At our learning event in Washington, D.C., Sodexo's CEO and President George Chavel talked to DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti about his deep, personal commitment to diversity.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and StoryCorps today announce the release of Unheard Voices, a new middle and high school resource that seeks to integrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and events into middle and high school curricula.