This past June I was excited to partner with The Mintable to present a webinar about Juneteenth and what managers need to know. Check out the webinar below and check out Mintable for more information about becoming a better manager!
Today’s ruling has me struggling with the following feelings: Welp. You can’t say they don’t keep their word. These activists have been at it for as long as I can remember (I distinctly remember hearing about the SCOTUS and abortion as a kid in the… Read More »A few thoughts about the Roe v Wade ruling…
I was delighted to give a workshop with the folks at General Assembly on empathetic management. Here’s a link below:
Originally posted to LinkedIn I saw this article from Forbes about Canvas, a company that raised $50 million dollars (after previously raising $20 million) to help diverse candidates get hired. That sounds great, right? Well – not exactly. Canvas is a rebrand of Jumpstart founded… Read More »White funding, diverse markets: should white people run diversity focused companies?
My colleague and partner in DEI in a Box (www.deiinabox.com) were interviewed by David Bloxham and Elizabeth Lu for their GCS Leaders Series. It was a fantastic conversation with a lot of gems. Check it out below:
Panel: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging In Organizations: Moving from Reactive to Proactive Strategy
On August 25, 2021, I was part of a fantastic panel of DEI leaders, researchers, and practitioners where we discussed where we are currently and what the future might hold for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The conversation was spirited and there was so much good… Read More »Panel: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging In Organizations: Moving from Reactive to Proactive Strategy
I love working with clients that are willing to grow, explore and make changes. Over the past year, I’ve been delighted to work with FMP consulting out of Washington DC to help them with a DEI audit and a roadmap with actionable steps. They were… Read More »In the Spotlight: FMP Consulting
It’s hard to think that after living in Seattle for 6 years, I haven’t experienced coffee in every shape and form imaginable. One day, after strolling around the city (and buying one of the most beautiful bouquets EVAH at Pike’s Place Market) I was a… Read More »4 things baristas know about knowledge sharing
There is one phrase we hear as DEI consultants that makes us take a deep breath and sigh……“Hey, I’d love to pick your brain about….” If done well, it can be a wonderful exchange of information and a way of everyone learning something new. Yet,… Read More »Pick good produce, not my brain
There is a lot of talk (articles, posts and books) in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion space about finding and hiring non-white people. While I feel that’s extremely important, I think many people are missing a piece of the puzzle – keeping the people of… Read More »How to perform a Stay Interview