Workplace Diversity: Page 3
People with disabilities face several barriers to entering the workplace and frequently face discrimination and exclusion. To develop an institution of inclusivity, people with disabilities must be represented and embraced at every level.
While most people consider themselves to be good people, many struggle to effectively show up as allies. Allyship is about consistent, intentional actions over time rather than one-and-done, check-the-box activities.
Failed campaigns do more harm than good — not just for the company but also for the causes and people they only feign to support.
Artificial Intelligence Can Be Racist, Sexist and Creepy. Here Are 5 Ways You Can Counter This In Your Enterprise.
Today's entrepreneurs and innovators are exploring ways to use artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance efficiency, productivity, and customer service, but is this technology truly an advancement or does it introduce new complications by amplifying existing cultural biases, like sexism and racism?
Employers and investors have a moral imperative to make closing the racial wealth gap a focal point of their business model. There is a tremendous opportunity to hire workers from disadvantaged communities and grow and sustain a strong workforce that helps grow all businesses.
As a growing number of women and female leaders progress in the workforce, regional businesses can enjoy inclusive economies of scale by adapting to a gender-balanced business model.
Intimidation in the workplace happens far too often among colleagues, management and employers. Having the courage to stand up to someone can be hard for some employees, so it's best to try some different ways to take back control of work relationships in a professional way.
Many people get overwhelmed with diversity language. Just two letters in the difference between equality and equity spell out two very different approaches — here's how you can understand how they're different.
Rather than simply honoring Juneteenth as a holiday, organizations that take a more comprehensive and systemic approach demonstrate real allyship, because real change needs action year-round.
Every brain is different. By embracing the differences, you can find unique skillsets and empower every member of your team to achieve their potential.
In the emerging AI era, notable tech figures celebrate the technology's astounding capabilities while other companies fiercely compete in the AI market. Yet, as businesses struggle to adapt, many tech experts voice concerns about AI's potential pitfalls.
Every age cohort has experienced a crisis that shaped the way they work. Perhaps we are not as different as we have been led to believe.
As a DEI expert, I'll share my tips for engaging in meaningful conversations about Juneteenth — and damaging actions you must avoid at all costs.
Recent actions from Bud Light and Target have created more polarization on diversity issues in the workplace. Pride Month is a special time to celebrate with the LGBTQ+ community.
Are These 17 Biases Affecting You as a Leader? The Answer Is Likely Yes — Here's How to Address Them.
Having biases is an inherent part of being human, but that doesn't mean we don't have the responsibility to manage them and make sure they don't impact the way we lead.