Category Archives: diversity

Getting Involved

To start todays post, I want you to make sure that you do NOT think about pink elephants. Just don’t. And every time you do, I want you to make a mental note that you have. Research is really clear … Continue reading

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Walking a Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes

I read a really good article today that took me to a slightly different place than the author probably intended for me to go to. Although, because of the overall message, I’m pretty sure that he wouldn’t mind. “When IT’s … Continue reading

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Diversity and the Psychology Behind It

There was an excellent survey conducted by Adecco recently, and the results are really compelling. To summarize the findings, diversity is something that a number of companies are giving lip service to. They talk about it, but employees are still … Continue reading

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