Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert comics, revealed his true character during a recent racist rant. This surprised many people. What can we learn from this disgusting incident and how can we ensure our organizations don’t make the mistake of hiring someone with such poor character?
Recently, I partnered with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion expert, Glen Guyton from GuyStar Enterprises, to help business executives better address racial inequality in their workplace and industry. This 1 hour session was an abridged version of a 4 part, 4 hour series, based on the following books: White Fragility: Why it’s so Hard for White
Join Business & Racial Awareness: From Conversation to Action, today. Seats are limited. Sessions start Friday. About the Course I grew up in very white suburbs. With little exposure to other heritages, but a strong moralistic and Christian-centered world view, I considered myself an ally and “woke” before I knew these terms. I said everything
Welcome to 2020. Please don’t expect major corporations to grasp the concept of true diversity, unless you help. We see another example today, presented by Comcast’s subsidiary, NBC Universal, while launching the new streaming service, Peacock. What Happened To raise awareness and anticipation about the upcoming launch, NBC Universal created a series of commercials with