Ten Game-Changing Strategies to Achieve Success and Find Greatness
by Randal Pinkett & Jeffrey Robinson
Building on the four dimensions of the contemporary Black experience—identity, society, meritocracy, and opportunity -- Black Faces in White Places provides a strategic roadmap to keep African Americans moving forward in their journey toward not simply equal treatment but equal respect for their diversity and uniqueness.
The Diversity Leadership Imperative
by Al Vivian
In order to truly maximize the effectiveness and potential of ourselves and our organizations we must develop some solid diversity leadership competencies. You cannot lead what you do not understand.
Why Sensitivity Training is Insensitive and Patronizing
by Simma Lieberman
For an organization and its individuals to reap the benefits of diversity it must develop a culture that is inclusive at all levels. In a workplace or society that is diverse, we need to be comfortable with differences, and have dialogue rather than decide for other people what they need.
Cultural Competence Matters in Healthcare Organizations
This article explores why cultural competence matters in health care. It serves
as a wake-up for boards, CEOs, and senior healthcare executives as they strategically
align their organizations with 21st century challenges. The article also highlights
several useful resources for health care CEOs and senior leaders desiring
to learn more on the topic.
How to Motivate Your Multicultural Workforce
by Jinsoo Terry
You can take these points and implement them immediately
in your company. You will reap the enormous benefits that come from motivating
a multicultural workforce.
Passion for Diversity
by Simma Lieberman
For an organization to successfully leverage the diversity
of its organization to improve its performance three concurrent imperatives
must be in place.
the Imperative for Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion: A Fresh Look
by Judith H. Katz
and Frederick A. Miller
To enable organizations to really leverage diversity
and their efforts, the organizational imperative must be instructive of the
core drivers for action and must clearly and directly relate to specific,
current business needs.
on Diversity Management
by Christina Morfeld
Diversity management goes far beyond assembling a workforce composed of varied
backgrounds and experiences. Rather, it is the cultivation of an environment
that, by design, honors and capitalizes on these differences.
Paradigm for Pluralism
Pluralism is "a state of society in which members of diverse ethnic, racial,
religious, or social groups maintain an autonomous participation in and development
of their traditional culture or special interest within the confines of a
common civilization." How can we use the principles of pluralism in organizations?
T. Alpert, Ph.D.
Your diversity “power quotient” depends on where the effort is located and
the degree of power that exists for developing and implementing diversity
policies and programs.
Quick Lesson About November 2nd
by Luis Garcia
What exactly is the Day of the Dead and why you should care.
Topics: Motivation & Retention | Training