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Here's Why Diverse Companies Are Better at Innovating Than Homogenous Companies

Businesses that operate from a single, same-minded perspective tend to approach problems the same way.

Paying Lip Service to Diversity Doesn't Work -- Here's What Does

You've heard of a "sales funnel." But what about a "recruitment funnel"? It can help you make "diversity" much more than just a buzzword.

Sona Jepsen

How to Sell to Millennials? Be Radically Inclusive.

Express your diversity values and create an environment where employees and customers alike can do the same.

Rohit Prakash

How to Create a More Inclusive Workplace

Beyond being great for people, having a workplace that values all people is also good for business.

Vivian Maza

What You Know That Just Ain't So Is Killing Your Company

Recognizing our biases makes room for building a creative culture. The alternative is stagnation.

Beth Miller

Ensuring Diversity Is Not a Distraction to Leaders

Focus on improving the workplace as a whole by maintaining a balance between diversity and hiring the best candidate.

5 Tips for Finding Diverse Candidates That Make Dollars and Sense

It is critical for business leaders to learn how to effectively hire diverse candidates

Eliot Burdett

Workforce Discrimination Is Costing Business $64 Billion Every Year

Raising the issue of job discrimination usually falls to those who are hurt most. Everybody else wants to change the subject.

Michael Welp

5 Ways to Overcome Cultural Barriers at Work

Find common ground where everyone can understand each other and respect cultural differences.

Sponsorship Has More Promise for Executive Diversity Than Mentorship

There is a new way to promote diversity in the executive ranks.

Hugh Welsh

Black Is the New Black: An African-American Entrepreneur's Manifesto

The greatest satisfaction for those who have broken business barriers is the pathways they have opened for those who follow.

Donald Thompson

Overcoming Unconscious Bias Is Key to Building an Inclusive Team

HR pros recognize an unconscious bias as a driving factor underlying homogenous workforces.

Christi Downes