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Tag Archives: Organizational Development

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The Secret Ingredient To Inclusion

Author: Jennifer Brown — In this special “minisode” Jennifer Brown shares her reflections from hosting over 20 episodes of The Will To Change and discusses the importance of vulnerability for leaders. Discover why vulnerability is so important when it comes to diversity and inclusion, and the cost of failing to be vulnerable. Jennifer also shares her thoughts […]

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Why Is Sexual Harassment Still A Thing? And What We Must Do To Eliminate It

Author: Patti Perez — The floodgates have opened. Entertainment, media, tech – powerhouse men in each of these industries have been brought down by allegations of egregious sexual harassment in the past few years. As we watch well-known figures fall, from Hollywood mega producer Harvey Weinstein to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, questions about “who […]

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When Good Intentions Are Not Enough: How To Get Started With Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

Author: Jennifer Brown — In this minisode, Jennifer provides tips for leaders who are struggling with where to begin in creating positive change when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Discover the first steps that any leader needs to take and how to get buy in from key influencers and stakeholders. Jennifer also shares her […]

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Helping Diverse Talent Thrive: Creating Responsive and Inclusive Workplace Structures

Author: Jennifer Brown — In this minisode, Jennifer discusses why diversity and inclusion are integral to the future of work. She shares her thoughts on the importance of creating an organizational structure that looks at employees in a more holistic way, and explores how and why organizations can create a workplace where all individuals can […]

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Workplace Civility, Does Your Organization Have It?

Author: Dennis E. Gilbert — There are those organizations that don’t believe they need workplace civility. Often this is because they don’t recognize that there are differences between their culture and what the front runners know to be more civil. While workplace civility is subjective, the results are often reflected in employee performance. Employee performance […]

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