I once read a romance novel where the hero had been made a fool of in his youth. It’s a common enough romantic trope, but in this particular novel his father tried to warn him. His father was wealthy, but he’d come up rough and made all his money through his own clever hard work. … Continue reading Omarosa: A Player, or She Who Gets Played?
When I was younger I remember trying to separate female traits from black female traits. My purpose was not that to say there is no overlap. Of course there is. But I was fighting for my specific identity. I was fighting for Kellye Whitney’s right to exist, to work, to smile, laugh and be ambitious … Continue reading Where Are The Black Female Leaders In Your Company?
Deloitte employees who are currently participating in any of its workplace affinity groups will need to make other plans. The company plans to phase out the groups – also known as employee resource groups – many in the next 18 months. Instead, employees will be able to join inclusion councils. In these “white men hold … Continue reading Deloitte Says to Promote Inclusion It will Dismantle Its ERGs
To mitigate tension between young and older workers – especially regarding Millennials – give ’em what they want – flexibility and feedback. It’s the only way to ensure workplace interactions are respectful and productive. Continue reading How to Close Generation Gap 2.0 #diversity #Millennials #work
Earlier this week Apple announced $10K in scholarships for minorities in the tech industry. Great! After that big reveal of diversity data from most of the tech big wigs in Silicon Valley a few weeks back, here’s a leader in the industry making a definitive move to put its money where its mouth is.
Well, maybe. When you read the headline, it’s like, cool beans. Apple has acknowledged there’s a lack of diversity in tech and has come up with a solution help feed the pipeline to change that. But when you think about it, meh. Continue reading “Hey Apple, Nice Gesture #diversity #inclusion #technology”