Mita Mallick

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Entrepreneur Leadership Network VIP
Head of Inclusion, Equity and Impact

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7 Ways for Leaders to Gracefully Accept a Resignation

So much has been written about how to successfully resign. But why do we treat resigning as a one-sided act?

20 Brands That Are Actually Making Progress on their Commitments to Serving the Black Community

Let's take a moment to acknowledge and learn from brands that are taking the steps to authentically serve the Black community. Here are 20 brands I'm watching.

How this Ed Tech Company is Showing up as an Ally for Parents Like Me

Here's how Encantos is transforming the future of education and making allies of parents, and leaders of children, along the way.

Here's the No. 1 Thing You Must Do When Interviewing Candidates

As interviewers, particularly in a virtual world, we must show up intentionally.

Before Celebrating International Women's Day, Ask Yourself: How You are Supporting Working Mothers?

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?

Here's the No. 1 Thing Brands Can Do to Avoid Public Outrage and Cancel Culture

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.

What Leaders Can Learn From Macy's Tweet Applauding "The Diverse Dance Group"

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.

How to Stop Leaders from Focusing on Cultural Fit

Instead of using that evaluation tactic, use these three strategies instead.

7 Ways to Check Your Bias When Evaluating Your Team

Now more than ever, you need to consider these factors while evaluating employees.

Who Are Your 'Friends'? Inclusive Leadership Starts With Your Social Circles

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?