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Doug Harris
CEO of a full service diversity and inclusion consulting firm ; promoting real dialogue and real change. I love my family and I love you too.
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Michelle Heyland Jun 12
Helping companies navigate diversity amid George Floyd outrage ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Dennis Culloton Jun 12
Great analysis by --who was awesome at Thought Leaders 2019--with Chicago Tribune's It’s hard to get strategic when there’s anger’: George Floyd’s killing puts corporate diversity efforts in spotlight
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Katrina Jones Jun 9
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Jennifer McClure Jun 9
Thanks for the recommendations Katrina!
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Doug Harris Jun 3
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Chicagoland Chamber May 29
How do leaders leverage the experience of colleagues who have experienced the impact of first, while also communicating to them that they are valued? has four ways to consider!
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Kaleidoscope Group Sep 30
Mitch Brown, one of our Senior Consultants, had a great time at the 41st Annual Conference and Exposition!
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Doug Harris Apr 10
In these difficult times it’s important to find ways to make others smile! A call, a text, or a video chat with a smile or a reason to laugh can lift the spirits of the ones we love! Who will you uplift today?
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Doug Harris Apr 27
I have been voted in as Alumni Trustee for Tufts University! I believe I can continue the work I have undertaken to make Tufts an even greater institution. Thank you Tufts University and thank you to everyone that supported me!
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Doug Harris Apr 27
I have been voted in as Alumni Trustee for Tufts University! I believe I can continue the work I have undertaken to make Tufts an even greater institution. Thank you Tufts University and thank you to everyone that supported me!
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Doug Harris Apr 27
Happy Monday! One of our Sr. Executives, Eric Watson, is participating as a guest speaker in the 2020 PI>OT week! A premiere summit featuring impactful conversations with leaders from around the country! >OTWeek
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Chris Bintliff Apr 20
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Doug Harris Apr 16
Communication can be tough, especially during stressful times like we are all experiencing right now. This article discusses the difference between reacting and responding as it relates to communication! ()
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Doug Harris Apr 15
Some have gotten their stimulus payments and some have not. For those who have not, here is some information regarding a tool that may be helpful to relieve some of your stress! ()
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Doug Harris Apr 10
In these difficult times it’s important to find ways to make others smile! A call, a text, or a video chat with a smile or a reason to laugh can lift the spirits of the ones we love! Who will you uplift today?
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CROIXSTONE Apr 9
We enjoyed participating in last evening's virtual event, "The Business of Consulting", hosted by ! Our own did a great job moderating. Kudos to our fellow panelists from . THANK YOU to all who attended!
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@econinclusion Mar 10
Eric Watson challenges to stop talking the system & working on the people & start fixing the system and the culture that is addressing the people. Biggest metric you can have is SAY/ DO!
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@econinclusion Mar 10
Eric Watson says - Biggest change you can have is to focus on IMPACT over outputs and outcomes. Intent doesn’t matter if impact is off.
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Tawanna Black Mar 10
Eric Watson says Minnesotan’s confuse with - Executives used to be kind. Need to bring it back!
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@econinclusion Mar 10
Eric Watson says Engage Millennials Read ‘Solving Tough Problems’ - Listen more, Tell less. Talk to to get the story behind the data you know about communities. Don’t underestimate the power in communities. Get mentors.
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