A truly poor diversity program can actually increase bias in the workplace among individuals. Here's how to get things right.
You know that part of your mind that is semiconscious and supercritical? Here's how to silence it.
It's time to change our mantra from “Move fast and break things" to “Move intentionally and make things better.” Here's how.
Know a founder of color whose business is changing the world for the better? Nominate them for the Game-Changing Founders of Color list by February 26, 2020.
The socioeconomic challenges such as inequality and poor employee engagement along with evolved expectations leave us no choice but to upgrade our leadership skills and transform our organizational infrastructure.
Organizations can keep track of their progress towards closing equity gaps by setting up processes that enforce it.
Companies cannot afford to overlook 50 percent of the potential workforce and expect to compete in the energy industry, not to mention the global economy.
An employment lawyer and social entrepreneur explains that efficient, lasting D&I initiatives require a fundamental shift from diversity to identity.
Who we are and who we want to be as a society will ultimately be defined by our ability to raise our consciousness beyond our tendency to simply react from biases.
If we look back over history, it’s clear that women have played an instrumental role in tech development. It's time to equalize pay.
Why should organizations today deeply embed EDI into their leadership development training? In a sentence: They can’t afford not to.
From celebrations to reflections, here are just a few of our favorite moments, insights, and paradigm-shifting conversations from the intimate gathering in Sonoma.
Meet Sokny Onn, Country Director of Epic Arts Café, a social enterprise in Cambodia run by an organization that supports people with disabilities.
Amy Yamamura of Wildflower, a CBD wellness company, shares her perspective on being an entrepreneur in a uniquely male-dominated industry.
In this bold proclamation of women's agency in the New Economy, the glass ceiling will be a thing of the past in just a decade.