About Mita Mallick
Mita Mallick is a corporate change-maker with a track record of transforming businesses. She gives innovative ideas a voice and serves customers and communities with purpose. She is currently the head of inclusion, equity and impact at Carta and is a top LinkedIn voice of 2020.
More From Mita Mallick
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As interviewers, particularly in a virtual world, we must show up intentionally.
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Before you celebrate, post, tweet, share and talk about the importance of International Women's Day, ask yourself the following question: As a leader, what are you doing to support and keep working mothers in the workforce during this pandemic?
Five steps you should take during Black History Month -- and all year long -- to show up for your Black colleagues.
If you have no place to authentically enter the conversation or connect with that cultural moment, don't do it. Sitting on the sidelines for that moment could be the best decision you could make in the new year.
News and Trends
The Macy's incident serves as an important lesson and reminder for all of us. Here are five things we can reflect on, learn and act on as leaders.
Instead of using that evaluation tactic, use these three strategies instead.
Five myths about working mothers leaders need to stop perpetuating.
Now more than ever, you need to consider these factors while evaluating employees.
How can we expect to show up and be inclusive leaders in our workplaces if we live the majority of our lives in communities surrounded by people who only look like us?