Tips on How to Do Well on the DiversityInc Top 50

We reveal the most effective strategies to improve your diversity-management initiatives and increase your ranking in 2013.


Tips on How to Do Well on the DiversityInc Top 50

We reveal the most effective tips to improve your diversity-management initiatives and move up on The DiversityInc Top 50.

What are the most effective strategies to improve your diversity-management initiatives and move up on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity? At our Diversity-Management Best Practices From the Best of the Best event in New York City, DiversityInc Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Barbara Frankel shared exclusive advice on best practices for filling out the survey gleaned from the staff's 14 years of analyzing thousands of companies. Watch the video below.

 

Video Minutes

0:00:00 Don't Wait Until the Last Minute

0:04:15 Movement on the List

0:07:19 Four Areas of Measurement

0:08:35 Tip: Executive Diversity Councils

0:11:02 Tip: Cross-Cultural Mentoring

0:12:29 Tip: Resource Groups

0:15:16 Tip: Multicultural Philanthropy

0:17:04 2013 Survey Changes

0:18:09 Audience Q&A

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