Faced with a limited, homogenous pool of talent in his backyard, CEO Matt Carter had to expand his search parameters—and he wants other CEOs to step up and change the way they hire.
Women have demonstrated we are willing to do the work, to log the long hours, to make the sacrifices—but you can't lean into a door that's barred shut. The system has to change.
As leaders and mentors, we must recognize that we all have these tendencies—but we can overcome them. Some practical recommendations.
When it comes to problem-solving, decision-making and communication, men and women approach each in unique ways. Combining the two will empower us as a species.
The only way to block out the polarizing, political noise is to create a safe place for LGBTQ employees to share their stories because ultimately, Nowland says, it's the human experience that changes everything.
What have the most effective CEOs done to create racial equity in their workplaces? Harvard's Robert Livingston shares insights from his work at some of the nation's top companies.
A new survey highlights where CEOs and HR chiefs are on the same C-Suite page—and where they’re not. The upshot? There’s room for improvement.
Without trust, differences divide rather than unite. Here are two actions you can take today to develop trust and create an environment where diversity can thrive.
Butler has brought focus on promoting equity that helped transform Baltimore Gas & Electric during his tenure there.
In our time of heightened racial division, we need leaders who can trailblaze new paths and cultivate environments that emphasize our similarities rather than our differences.