Tag: Resource Groups

Video: Re-Energizing Resource Groups and Leveraging Social Media

How can branding, sponsorship and market-facing activities refresh resource groups How can groups communicate effectively online and via social media Why do social-media networks matter To access the presentation slides, go to DiversityInc Best Practices. Diana Solash Director, Americas Inclusiveness Office EY Diana Solash joined EY in 1994 and is…

Video: How to Start a Resource Group

How do you get funding and support for resource groups Which groups should you start with What type of charter/structure works best To access the presentation slides, go to DiversityInc Best Practices. David Casey Vice President, Workforce Strategies and Chief Diversity Officer CVS Caremark David Casey serves as Vice President,…

Video: How to Implement Global Resource Groups

Can you translate your U.S. groups to other countries Which ones work well How can they communicate with each other What metrics should be used to assess their success Ingrid Devin EMEA Diversity & Inclusion Lead and Employee Resource Group Global Lead Dell Ingrid Devin is theEMEA Diversity & Inclusion…

Video: Resource GroupsBuilding Engagement and Culturally Competent Care

Panel: Resource GroupsBuilding Engagement and Culturally Competent Care Nancy Di Dia Executive Director, Diversity, Inclusion & Engagement Boehringer Ingelheim Le Joyce Naylor Executive Director, Diversity & Inclusion Cleveland Clinic Tracy Edmonds Director, HR and Diversity WellPoint A panel of diversity executives shows how resource groups provide patient/consumer insights in a…

Web Seminar: DiversityInc Top 50 Best Practices from Merck, EY

By Manuel McDonnell Smith If you’ve clicked on this article, then you want to know what impact an effective and well-executed plan for diversity and inclusion can have on a business and its bottom line. What strategies work best for engaging employees, leaders, suppliers and customers/clients Our most recent Web…

How to Start a Resource Group

By Barbara Frankel Photo by Shutterstock FIRST STEPS 1. Decide which one or two groups are most important to your business needs. Most companies start with women and Blacks because those employees are most readily identifiable. Avoid having a “multicultural” or “people of color” group because different racial/ethnic demographics have…