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Chief diversity officers and senior executives from AT&T, Wells Fargo and Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation share the diversity-management best practices that enable their executive diversity councils to drive business results. http://www.diversityinc.com http://www.diversityinc.com/events
Kim Josling of Contact Energy explains the diversity found within London Business School's Senior Executive Programme. For information on executive education programmes at London Business School, visit http://www.london.edu/programmes/executiveeducation.html Subscribe to more London Business School videos: http://bit.ly/lbsyoutube
The world has changed and continues to evolve, work forces are more diverse, populations that we serve are more diverse. An organization that does not pay attention to these things is not going to survive. Learn more about how Executive Diversity Services can help at www.executivediversity.com or give us a call at 206.779.2833.
Leaders tend to hire from within to fill a new or existing diversity executive role. The problem is that most of these otherwise successful individuals are unprepared for the diversity leadership role. This video offers solutions for preparing the individual.
I had the opportunity to participate in on Suzy and Jack Welch’s session this week where they discussed their new book “The Real-Life MBA: Your No-BS Guide to Winning the Game, Building a Team, and Growing Your Career”. During this session, I ask Jack Welch his advice to executives as it relates to thought diversity at all levels with a particular focus at executive levels. He responded with great insight on how executives could embrace though diversity at all levels of the organization to create corporate velocity and transparency.
A trailer for Criticality's research, executive briefing, and thought leadership series exploring corporate approaches to Diversity & Inclusion, with an emphasis on the relationship between corporate business strategy and diversity management. Includes research and on-camera interviews conducted by Dr. John Fitzgerald Gates with nearly a dozen Diversity Executives from nationally known companies and organizations in four fields: Banking and Finance, Sports & Entertainment, Retail, and Hospitality.
Marvel executive blames diversity and female protagonists for their drop in sales. Article on the Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/apr/03/marvel-executive-says-emphasis-on-diversity-may-have-alienated-readers ______________________________ You can follow me one Twitter @Gaminballs Feel free to talk to me if you'd like I will also be streaming the Midnight Show on Thursdays and Sundays at 12 PM PST starting Sunday April 2, 2017 on Youtube I will be gaming on Twitch at Twitch.tv/everdread starting in April as well. All for my gaming content can be found there, or at youtube.com/c/EverdreadGaming
David Gabriel, A Marvel Comics executive spoke recently to ICv2.com regarding a downturn in comic book sales since October. It has been widely reported that his statements blamed Marvel's current diversity push within it's superhero roster with the likes of Miles Morales, Ms Marvel, Thor & Iceman pushing race, religion, gender and sexuality to the forefront of the comic book universe. In this video we discuss David's full response (the whole interview to be found at ICv2.com) and other possible reasons for fewer sales. Please comment with your views and subscribe for more Also follow us on twitter @mfbttv
I like to say that leadership is about more than a title. It reflects experience, intelligence, an understanding of the business landscape, but also of human nature. In the 21st Century, with the diversity that now is America and our global environment, leadership requires something even more.
"If I [have an] emotionally restrained style and I'm talking with someone who is emotionally expressive," he said, "Even minimal amounts of emotion through either expressions on your face or tone or volume indicates to the other person that there's some feeling there, and that you care about what's going on with them." Learn more at www.executivediversity.com