Tag: Diversity and Inclusion

What Real Organizational Diversity Looks Like (And How to Sustain It): Part 2

Blog, Culture
By Paige Douglass

In part one of this post, we discussed what true organizational diversity looks like. Now, we’ll turn to why this can be so challenging to create, and ways to overcome those challenges to create a culture that fosters diversity of thought. The Challenge of Creating Diverse Teams and Workplaces As previously mentioned, Google spent millions […]

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What Real Organizational Diversity Looks Like (And How to Sustain It): Part 1

Blog, Culture
By Paige Douglass

Today’s leading businesses are in pursuit of the ideal culture. Organizations like Google have spent millions of dollars trying to identify the characteristics of a “dream team,” and Gallup offers Strengths Finder services to shift the focus from managing people to developing them. Strong companies recognize that culture – the imaginary yet real line between […]

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Understanding Diverse Perspectives and Other Lessons from Work Better Day

Blog, Workplace
By Kelly Barlow

I’m always on the hunt for opportunities to engage in conversations that broaden my perspective and challenge my assumptions. Most recently, I found just such an opportunity in DC at the Work Better Day conference, “an experience-driven event, bringing together curious minds, visionary thinkers, innovators, and change-makers.” The Work Better Day experience centered on three […]

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Fostering Diversity and Inclusion at The Clearing

Blog, Culture
By Sama Goldstein and Hans Manzke

A diverse and inclusive workplace is an empowering and impact-driven workplace where individuals can strive toward becoming the best version of themselves. At The Clearing, we believe that our teams can and should reflect a wide range of demographics, and must, at minimum, reflect the diverse demographic and cultural fabric of the community of clients […]

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