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Paul Ayoub 22h
Proud of all that has accomplished, especially with respect to and all that has been done to make us stronger, better and more effective as we have become more inclusive. As seen in the :
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Ellig Group Jan 14
Announcing the launch of our – LEADERSHIP REIMAGINED– Thursday January 17th! Game-changing conversations with top leaders hosted by Receive email alerts of new monthly episodes by clicking HERE-
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Hampton Hopkins Jan 14
Diversity is about people, inclusion is about culture
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Hive Learning Jan 11
"However well-intentioned, the diversity programmes that we’re running today aren’t working." 😫 How can organisations fix this? 1. Be self-aware 2. Find a way to inspire daily action 3. Redesign your organisational behaviours
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Hillbreak Jan 15
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OpenAccess Jan 15
OpenAccess is committed to changing the narrative about women & leadership. Each month we introduce you to an inspiring leader using their voice to advance women in the workplace. Check out our new champion:
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AVTAR I-WIN Jan 13
''Providing better facilities at the work place. Dedicated efforts to enhance gender ratio at mid and senior levels are taken'' India Pvt Ltd is a Working Mother & AVTAR Best Company for Women in India 🏆💐 ~
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Kat Ogle MD 2h
So excited to attend this lecture... Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, Professor of History and International Relations here to share "How To Be An Antiracist" honoring MLK, diversity and inclusion...
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Kuriko Wong 1h
Way to challenge employers to embrace the true meaning of hiring "people of all backgrounds" while doing good for society. Can we each keep an open mind and get to know people as individuals with complexity, strengths and weaknesses?
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Diverse In 21h
🥁🥁🥁 Diversein's 2018 Annual Report is ready ! Continue Reading ➡️➡️
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justTanya 23h
I was today years old when I discovered bandages that are actually my skin tone by trucolorbandages
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Gary Rayneau Jan 15
This industry has always been about its talented people. and are pleased to announce its partnership to focus on organisationsal culture for publishers and the wider media sector
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Fearless Futures Jan 15
This is an interesting article from . Scattered throughout are a number of subtly damaging narratives that when come together say a lot about mainstream discourse in the UK. [Thread]
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StrongerStories 7h
A of . Selby Trust are promoting and supporting a range of opportunities to achieve economic, social and cultural growth, to empower historically excluded groups in the diverse communities.
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Kat Ogle MD 1h
If a policy leads to an increase in disparity or inequity, there is something wrong with the policy... let's focus on that, not the people behind the policy... it's in your institutional and human self interest and will benefit all.
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Michael Lee Bross 2h
Stumbled upon this bit of awesomeness thanks to this morning. I LOVE that this exists, so I figured I'd feed the signal for
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Marley Doyle, M.D. 7h
70% of blind Americans are unemployed. This is not because they cannot work. It is because most workplaces cannot work for them without accommodations.
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Cole Perry Jan 13
wants to bring photo ops, not fundamental change
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The Clear Company 2h
Improve the diversity of your hires by moving away from continually recruiting from your traditional talent pools. Create a simple and barrier-free application process that promotes your achievements as an inclusive employer.
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Unlikely Enviro 30m
An in your face, thoughtful, and humorous take on ageism (it is not just for older people). Ashton Applewhite - We Are All Aging, So Let's End Ageism | Bioneers via
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