Nov 10, 2018
"The issue is the
expectations we place around people’s behavior."
Cheryl Ingram on Green
We know that a diverse workforce and a culture that embraces new
ideas drive innovation and growth. And, many corporate leaders
agree and seek to create such a culture. But how do we do
Listen to the straight-talking Cheryl Ingram, Ph.D., CEO of
Diverse City, a diversity consultancy, explain the nuances of a
culture that truly fosters diversity in this candid, engaging
interview with Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson.
This one will make you think about your workplace differently.
- What are the issues beneath the surface that support – and
destroy – a culture where all people feel they can bring their best
selves to work.
- How to identify the expectations your workplace has of people’s
behavior and if they are based on a white and/or male-dominated
culture (which causes others to conform, instead of feel
- Why an employee’s “problem” could be reflecting the limitations
inherent in your workplace’s prevailing culture.
- Assessing your recruitment process.
- Top tips for designing a diversity program that works.
- Tips for finding work that makes you happy.
And so much more!
What tips do YOU have for a diversity program that works? Tweet
it to us @joanmichelson or post it on our Facebook Page (and ask to join our new
private Facebook group)
You’ll probably also want to listen to:
Sarah Cho, Director of Research, SurveyMonkey on
Barbara Whye, VP of Human Resources and Chief Diversity
Rainia Washington, VP and Global Head of Diversity and
Inclusion, Lockheed Martin
Patsy Doerr, Global Head of Corporate Responsibility,
Sustainability and Inclusion at Thomson Reuters.
All of these and many more – plus blogs and other resources –
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