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October 9, 2020

While there are certainly many painful and shocking exceptions, the racism and discrimination faced by women, people of color and other marginalized groups is generally different than it was several decades ago. Directly disparaging someone based on their gender, ethnicity, skin color, religion or sexual orientation would be met with shock and derision in most circles and especially in professional settings. Instead, racism and other forms of discrimination take on much subtler forms.

Taking a Look at Microaggressions

We’ve written a great deal about implicit bias – the ways people think and generalize about other groups without even being consciously aware they are making those gener...

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Inclusion: STILL the Competitive Business Advantage
 

In Inclusion: STILL the Competitive Business Advantage, Shirley Engelmeier continues her contributions to thought leadership on the importance of inclusion in an environment that has been roiled with new discussion--and new dissent--amid rapidly changing demographics, continually emerging technology and a global economy that is continually shifting to favor newly emerging market powerhouses.

Within this framework one thing remains a constant--the need for inclusion. The need to ensure that the varied voices that exist within and outside of organizations are encouraged, listened to and acted upon to drive engagement, retention, innovation--and market power.


 

New Decade, Same Challenge: Overcoming the "Stuck State"


Despite years of hard work and many good intentions, today’s workforce is still fraught with many of the same issues we’ve been talking about. Organizations around the country have been focusing on diversity and inclusion for a long time—for years, for decades. And yet, many organizations despite their best intentions, concerted efforts, and significant investments in people and programs are not achieving the results they desire. They may make some progress but, inevitably, see that progress stop, even backslide. 

We call the position these companies often find themselves in the “stuck state” and much of our work revolves helping them get out of it. 

Download the FREE "Overcoming the Stuck State" Whitepaper below!

"It's about us being able to seek that technological edge - being able to be the game changer. We do that through diversity of thought, multiple perspectives, and an inclusive workforce."
Ken Barrett, CDO, General Motors
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