Leading Inclusively: It’s All About the 21st Century Leadership Skills

Posted Posted in Diversity, Inclusion, Leadership Skills, Managers

Many organizations implement a diversity program in the hopes of avoiding bad publicity, but wonder why they don’t see long-term change. They hire a VP of Diversity and Inclusion and roll out bias training – now we’re fixed, right?  Yet senior leadership still looks the same -other than the VP of Diversity and Inclusion, of […]

I’m Tired of Walking on Eggshells – Diversity Fatigue: What it is and How to Avoid it

Posted Posted in Diversity, Gender Bias, Inclusion, Inclusivity, Leadership Skills, Managers, Men

One of the most discouraging things for a Diversity and Inclusion leader to overhear is frustration expressed that including diversity in the workplace is “too hard” or worse, that “we’ve gone too far.”  The fervor around the Kavanagh hearings, which has some fearing a massive wave of false accusations and the firing of NBC’s Megan […]

Managerial Training: Collaboration and Diversity Require Different Managerial Skills

Posted Posted in Diversity, Inclusivity, Managers

This blog was originally published on TrainingIndustry.com.   Collaboration is a business imperative, whether that means creating more opportunities for people to work together in the workplace or using technology that enables virtual teamwork. Teams are also becoming more diverse, yet most managers are not trained on how to collaborate in or lead diverse teams. […]