The Art of the Apology

The Art of the Apology

By Eric Peterson | April 30, 2019 Increasingly, it seems that we live in a culture of perpetual outrage. Some would argue that the anger has always been there, but now, thanks to the leveling dynamics of social media, the outraged have an accessible, audible voice....
Developing Empathy through Experiential Training

Developing Empathy through Experiential Training

By Kimberly (Rattley) Dailey | April 2, 2019 Many people are familiar with unconscious bias and how it can negatively impact our workplaces and communities. However, the capability of defining unconscious bias doesn’t necessarily translate into demonstrable action....
Building a Sustainable Learning Strategy

Building a Sustainable Learning Strategy

By Shayne Bauer-Ellsworth | March 19, 2019 Whether you’re a learning and development practitioner or leading your organization’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, you should be asking the question, “how sustainable is my learning strategy?” Education...
How to Build an HBCU Pipeline in STEM

How to Build an HBCU Pipeline in STEM

By Albert Smith | March 5, 2019 African Americans account for only 8 percent of general engineering majors, 7 percent of mathematics majors, and 5 percent of computer engineering majors. They are similarly under-represented in business: only 7 percent of finance and...

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