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Managing a Diverse Workforce in Criminal Justice Organizations
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley provides tips for managers of criminal justice personnel in regard to managing a diverse workforce.
Views: 582 Robert Worley
Effectively managing a diverse workforce - Knowledge Works 2010
 
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In this lecture, Professor Kulik describes the results of a recent national audit of the diversity management practices adopted by Australian organisations, with a focus on how those practices help organisations to "grow" workforce diversity and become more effective.
Managing Idiosyncratic Talent
 
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Robert D. Austin, Dean of the Faculty of Business at the University of New Brunswick, explains how Danish software tester Specialisterne maintains a diverse and productive workforce. He is the coauthor of "Harder Than I Thought: Adventures of a Twenty-First Century Leader."
How to Manage a Diverse Workforce
 
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Interview lesson from Dan King of the Boulder Outlook Hotel on how to manage a diverse employee base
What practices of middle management will effectively lead complex change?
 
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This is a review to determine the essential practices required of middle management to increase their capacity to effectively lead and manage complex organizational change.
Views: 331 theregionofpeel
Insights: The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion
 
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In a marketplace where customers, suppliers and employees can span the globe, the importance of diversity and inclusion cannot be understated. What was once considered a human resources initiative has become a business imperative for chief executive officers (CEOs) focused on growing their organizations and developing their people. The latest episode of Deloitte Insights features a conversation among Sean O'Grady, Insights' moderator, Carl Allegretti, chairman and CEO of Deloitte Tax LLP, and Stedman Graham, CEO of S. Graham & Associates and New York Times best-selling author. Tune in to learn how organizations can readdress their diversity and inclusion practices.
Views: 15720 Deloitte US
AHA: Institute for Diversity in Health Management
 
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Interview with Chris O. Biddle, Education Specialist The Institute for Diversity in Health Management works closely with health services organizations and educators to expand leadership opportunities for ethnic minorities in health services management. The Institute's mission is to increase the number of people of color in health services administration to better reflect the increasingly diverse communities they serve, and to improve opportunities for professionals already in the health care field. To accomplish this, the Institute has designed several initiatives to generate significant long-term results through educational programs, summer internships, professional development an
Views: 132 UrbanHealthProgram
Working WITH Workforce Diversity
 
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Diversity is not simply a natural phenomenon everywhere, it is the most valuable human resource we possess. Yet, rather than recognising the fact, most societies, organisations and corporation perceive and treat it as a problem. It's not! The fact that it's treated as a problem is a problem. In this presentation, Eric Lynn illustrates the multi-facetted nature of diversity and shows successful approaches to cultural integration when working with multi-cultural management and project teams. The approach is appropriate in all corporate and organisation contexts.
Views: 325 Rotary1940
Webinar: Developing a Global Workforce
 
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BPI group is pleased to present Developing a Global Workforce, a webinar in which we'll examine the impact of cultural diversity on team and business performance, and learn how to develop cultural competence in individuals and organizations to build performance. Join BPI group's Steve Spires, Managing Director, Outplacement Solutions, and Kathy Allen, Senior Consultant, to learn more.
Views: 436 BPI group
JA Working with Diverse Learners | Part 2
 
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JA Working with Diverse Learners | Part 1
 
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Management 500 with Joe Siegmund, MBA
 
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This is a clip of our professor Joe Siegmund at IAU in Los Angeles, CA lecturing in MGT 500 Organizational Behavior & Leadership. This course focuses on the behavior of individuals and groups within diverse organizations and on organizational structure and processes. There is heavy emphasis on leadership, change management, team development and continuous improvement practices and experiences. Topics include management, leadership, change, team development, dynamics and teamwork, transforming business processes, and process improvement. For more information, visit us @ iau.la
Diversity Management Removes Barriers at Capital One
 
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Diversity management at Capital One starts by creating a culture of openness. The company surveyed and analyzed the "barriers to greatness"—operational, cultural, organizational—that prohibit employees from achieving maximum potential. Capital One is No. 47 in the 2012 DiversityInc Top 50. Read: http://www.DiversityInc.com Follow: @DiversityInc, facebook.com/DiversityInc Watch: http://www.youtube.com/DiversityIncvideos
Views: 683 DiversityInc
Forget big change, start with a tiny habit: BJ Fogg at TEDxFremont
 
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www.tedxfremont.com What if someone told you to floss only one tooth everyday? Or start the new year, not with grand resolutions, but with a simple challenge.. like ONE pushup a day? BJ Fogg shows us that the key to lasting change does not lie in planning big, monumental changes, but in thinking really, really small. Chosen by Fortune Magazine as one of "10 New Gurus You Should Know", Fogg directs the Persuasive Tech Lab at Stanford University. www.bjfogg.com About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 1287146 TEDx Talks
Goizueta Organization and Management: Part 1: Networks
 
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In this video, professors discuss the meaning and importance of networks. They discuss the different types of networks and explain that who we know can help determine the opportunities offered to us. Goizueta Business School is one of the nation¹s only business schools with four Top 20 ranked business degree programs and home to BBA, Two-Year Full-Time MBA, One-Year MBA, Evening MBA, two Executive MBA formats, and a PhD program. Our ties to Emory, accessible faculty thought leaders, small-by-design learning environment, engaged alumni network, experiential learning opportunities, and global reach­all enable Goizueta to equip students with the tools needed to succeed in today¹s marketplace. Emory University is recognized internationally as an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care, and social action. The University consists of an outstanding liberal arts college, highly ranked professional schools, and one of the larger and more comprehensive healthcare systems in the Southeast.
Wyse Enterprise Mobility Management
 
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Workforce mobility is the new normal in today's enterprise. Employee productivity, customer satisfaction and company revenues depend on mobile workers' ability to access corporate resources anytime, anywhere - across a multitude of mobile devices. Wyse Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) makes managing an increasingly diverse and rapidly growing base of mobile devices simple and cost effective. Through a single, cloud-based dashboard, organizations gain real-time visibility and centralized control over their iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Learn more at http://www.wyse.com/EMM
Views: 2614 Dell Wyse
Business Edge for Internationally Educated Professionals
 
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The Business Edge Program for Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs)at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada, helps organizations capitalize on diverse perspectives today, while enriching the leadership pipeline for tomorrow. Business Edge works because of its multifaceted approach to leadership training. The program helps participants understand their value to their organizations, and how to leverage their strengths and expertise. By learning to decode and analyse the unwritten rules of the Canadian workplace, participants also gain an invaluable awareness of the subtleties of Canadian business culture. It also provides the tools and skills they need to lead high-performance teams and build critical relationships integral to their advancement. Participants emerge more effective and better prepared to assume more responsibility in their roles. Business Edge is funded by the Government of Ontario;.
Change Your Organization for Diversity
 
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An excerpt from The Conference Board Special Webcast: The Link Between D&I and OD Processes: A Benchmark Study. While most organizations today would argue that Diversity and Inclusion are core components of their human resources or human capital strategy, how many have actually engaged in what it takes to drive a truly sustainable D&I focused environment? How many have truly approached the from an organizational change perspective? Broadcast Date: December 5, 2012 To view the full recording on demand: http://bit.ly/LKjoKX To learn more about becoming a member of The Conference Board, visit http://bit.ly/MZ0gdA or contact membership services at: Americas Tel: +1 212 339 0230 | Email: [email protected] China Tel: +86-10-8532-4688 | Email: [email protected] Europe/Africa/Middle East Tel: +32 2 675 54 05 | E-mail: [email protected] Hong Kong Tel: +852 2804 1000 | Email: [email protected] India Tel: +91 9987548045 | Email: [email protected] Singapore Tel: +65 6325 3121 | Email: [email protected]
Views: 183 TheConferenceBoard
Establishing a sound foundation for children who are deaf or hard of hearing: Karl White at TEDxUSU
 
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Over the past decade, tremendous progress has been made in ensureing that families have access to hearing screening when a baby is born. Approximately 95% of babies now receive a hearing screen shortly after birth. Now, greater emphasis must be placed on training early childhood education and health care providers. Dr. Karl R. White is a Professor of Psychology at Utah State University and the founding Director of the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM). Dr. White is recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on early identification and treatment of hearing loss in infants and young children. He has hundreds of publications and presentations at scholarly meetings, and has been invited to more than 30 countries to assist in the implementation of newborn hearing screening and intervention programs. His work has been recognized with awards from such diverse organizations as the Deafness Research Foundation, the American Association for Speech Language and Hearing, the Swedish Society of Medicine, the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and the Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for the Hearing Handicapped in India. He also serves on many national and international advisorygroups and boards for organizations such as the World Health Organization, the Coalition for Global Hearing Health, the United States Department of Health and Human Services, March of Dimes, the American College of Medical Genetics, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 9296 TEDx Talks
Multicultural Organization
 
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An Easy Overview Of "Multicultural Organization"
Views: 528 Christopher Hunt
Becoming a Culturally Responsive Teacher
 
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How do you reach students who are culturally and racially different from you? This course provides thought-provoking background and practical suggestions for teachers seeking the answer to this question. Participants explore their own assumptions about race, class, and culture; and learn strategies for creating classrooms that are culturally inviting to all. Classroom footage illustrates principles of Culturally Responsive Teaching, including affirming students' cultural connections, stressing collectivity as well as individuality, and managing the classroom with firm, consistent, caring control. Join presenter Gary Howard as he leads workshop participants in activities that explore historical and personal perspectives. What groups were empowered to take part in government when the Constitution was drafted? What voices have been added to the conversation since then, and how has a history of disenfranchisement affected the ways in which we view each other? Mr. Howard makes a compelling case for knowing who your students really are, advocating an approach that celebrates culture and history, rather than requiring students to give up parts of their identities in order to survive in school. Finally, we hear from teachers who are trying a new approach to cultural difference, and visit their classrooms to see the results. View this course here: Graduate Credits http://educatored.com/courses/culturally_responsive.html CEUs http://educatored.com/courses/culturally_responsive_CEU.html
Views: 134733 PCG
Diversity of thought
 
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Diversity of thought is the idea that there is always more than one way to think about things or accomplish something. This short video briefly explains the concept of 'diversity of thought' and also a few simple steps on how to build and promote it at work.
Views: 10366 Light Animations
When Diversity Can Be Bad For Your Organization by Susan Haywood from HR Blueprints
 
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Oh the irony; striving for a diverse workforce only to encourage these new employees to conform to the current modes of thinking. That's not very diverse at all! What if employers thought of every employee as an individual who has valuable, unique ideas and that allowed them to share their fresh perspectives without trying to conform to a current workplace norm? That's when we can truly benefit from diversity.
Views: 447 hrblueprints
Goizueta Organization and Management: Part 2: Structures and Behaviors of Organizations
 
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In this video, professors discuss the structures and behaviors of organizations. They focus on the organizational level of business by looking at organizational performance and behavior which are ultimately driven by ties formed among individuals in the organization. Goizueta Business School is one of the nation¹s only business schools with four Top 20 ranked business degree programs and home to BBA, Two-Year Full-Time MBA, One-Year MBA, Evening MBA, two Executive MBA formats, and a PhD program. Our ties to Emory, accessible faculty thought leaders, small-by-design learning environment, engaged alumni network, experiential learning opportunities, and global reach­all enable Goizueta to equip students with the tools needed to succeed in today¹s marketplace. Emory University is recognized internationally as an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care, and social action. The University consists of an outstanding liberal arts college, highly ranked professional schools, and one of the larger and more comprehensive healthcare systems in the Southeast.
Diversity Management & Maximizing Effectiveness of Global Assignments
 
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Diversity management requires corporations to consider diversity in thought and the experiences of its leaders. Are global assignments essential for those on the way to the top tiers of your organization? How do you get workers on board and how do you maximize their experiences? Our panelists—Linda Clement-Holmes, Procter & Gamble; Patricia Rossman, BASF; Sarah King, Wyndham Vacation Ownership; and Nancy Calderon, KPMG—discuss these issues and more in an interactive panel. Read more at http://www.DiversityInc.com
Views: 358 DiversityInc
Diversity and Innovation
 
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http://www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Diversity-and-Innovation-209 Innovation symbols and signs are constructed in many ways and forms in organizations. But these symbols are often the outcome of people efforts, which only when given a nurturing environment can sustain. Workplace and workforce today is undergoing some major changes - in the way people think and contribute. How do organizations leverage diversity in thoughts? What does research say? Various aspects such as gender diversity, generational diversity or multi cultural teams- do they really impact innovation? Benefits:The participants will gain a few practical aspects to leveraging diversity for innovation. They may also leave the session with a few questions which are best answered by their own work environment.
Views: 445 TechGig
Lead and be the change: Mark Mueller-Eberstein at TEDxRainier
 
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Professor Mark Mueller-Eberstein is an internationally acclaimed business leader, entrepreneur, consultant, researcher, best-selling author, and teaches at the Rutgers University Center for Management Development. Mark explores the dynamic between the human and technical factors that positively impact business operations and how businesses can leverage key technology trends. This talk was given at TEDxRainier in Seattle on November 10, 2012. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 138071 TEDx Talks
Diversity Management & Diversity in Thought: James Surowiecki at DiversityInc Innovation Fest!
 
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Diversity management includes diversity in thought. But how can leaders tap into what's inside employees' heads to derive better innovation? At DiversityInc's Innovation Fest!, "The Wisdom of Crowds" author James Surowiecki provides the compelling, research-based business case for why companies with the most diverse workforces have the best ideas. Read: http://www.DiversityInc.com Follow: @DiversityInc, facebook.com/DiversityInc Watch: http://www.youtube.com/DiversityIncvideos
Views: 795 DiversityInc
CPN Diversity Seminar with Alden Habacon: Creating Welcoming Organizations
 
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The Community Partnership Network of Greater Victoria (CPN) invited Alden Habacon as a guest presenter at the Thriving with Diversity Seminar on October 25 2012. Alden is an accomplished diversity and inclusion specialist, and leading thinker in social sustainability. His work has been focused on embedding diversity and intercultural fluency in organizational cultures and harnessing diversity to achieve strategic goals. Alden is currently the Director, Intercultural Understanding Strategy Development for the University of British Columbia (UBC). This engaging presentation examines the evolution of multiculturalism in Canada and outlines a series of strategies for organizations to develop to become more inclusive and welcoming.
Views: 338 ICA Victoria
Esther Mollema about 2 success factors of HPO's: Continuous Improvement and Diversity
 
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Esther Mollema (http://www.hpocenter.com) talks about the continuous improvement within High Performance Organizations (HPOs) and the power of diversity as a driver for a robust dialogue. Esther Mollema is a thought leader on Leadership, Diversity and High Performance Organizations. In this video she shares her thoughts about two success factors of High Performance Organizations (HPOs): 1. Continuous Improvement: a driver for change 2. How diversity stimulates robust dialogue
The Importance of Diversity Management: Ameren's Tom Voss on Segregation
 
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The need for diversity management today is best realized in remembering civil-rights history. Ameren President, CEO and Chairman Tom Voss shares with DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti the events in his past that led to his epiphany about the importance of diversity management. Read more at http://www.diversityinc.com/voss
Views: 908 DiversityInc
Managing Elephants While the Ants Walk By
 
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An excerpt from The Conference Board Special Webcast: Microinequities Micro-inequities are subtle, often semi-unconscious cues that reveal far more about the nature of a relationship than words convey. Learn how this concept and approach has evolved and how it can effectively be incorporated into your D&I strategy. Learn strategies and insights from Deborah Dagit, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at Merck, Sheila Johnson, Director Diversity & Inclusion at Gap Inc., and Stephen Young, author of "Micro-Messaging: Why Great Leadership is Beyond Words" To view the full recording on demand: http://bit.ly/LHkvqB To learn more about becoming a member of The Conference Board, visit http://bit.ly/MYXVPR or contact membership services at: Americas Tel: +1 212 339 0230 | Email: [email protected] China Tel: +86-10-8532-4688 | Email: [email protected] Europe/Africa/Middle East Tel: +32 2 675 54 05 | E-mail: [email protected] Hong Kong Tel: +852 2804 1000 | Email: [email protected] India Tel: +91 9987548045 | Email: [email protected] Singapore Tel: +65 6325 3121 | Email: [email protected]
Views: 1958 TheConferenceBoard
Promoting Equality and Diversity in the Classroom
 
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This video explains ways to promote equality and diversity in the classroom and gives definitions of equaluity and diversity.
Views: 35323 ChrisAshLearn
Iclif Faculty: John Zinkin on Optimizing Board Effectiveness Through Diversity: Part 1
 
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Iclif's Managing Director of Corporate Governance, John Zinkin talks about Optimizing Board Effectiveness Through Diversity at the recent SSM National Conference held at the Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur. The SSM National Conference 2012 themed "Managing Corporate Governance. Creating Value. Transforming Economy" is derived upon appreciation of the challenges of the 21st century business scenario and the significance of corporate governance as a strategic mechanism to not only enable effective risk management but more importantly catalyze the national economic transformation.
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Careers in HR - Time Management Is A Key Skill Of An Efficient HR Manager | HR Crest
 
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Careers in HR - Time Management Is A Key Skill Of An Efficient HR Manager http://www.hrcrest.com/hr-manager/business-hr-managers-how-is-your-time-management/ As HR Managers, the deliverables are quite diverse. The key HR Manager responsibility areas to make HR role effective is constantly evolving based on the life stage of the business and organization. There are mandatory activities to be taken care of in Human Resource Department that forms an integral part of HR Function in any organization and then there are dynamic and variety of expectations that the organization has and the business has from Human Resource Department and the team that works as HR partners. http://www.hrcrest.com/download-page-hr-crest-tips-tutorials-pdfs-books-bonuses/ Careers in HR - Time Management Is A Key Skill Of An Efficient HR Manager
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Bernard Tyson on 'Let Go & Lead': About Valuing Respect and Diversity
 
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Kaiser Permanente President and COO Bernard Tyson shares with the 'Let Go & Lead' blog how diversity is valued and cultivated in the organization. Diverse perspectives often pull people out of their comfort zones and bring forward new possibilities. For more, view the entire series of video interviews at www.letgoandlead.com.
Diversity in the Workplace (330) Chap 6.mp4
 
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Managing Diversity in the Workplace - Chapter 6 (Principle Skills Blueprint) Table of Contents: 00:01 - Principle Skills Blueprint Chapter 6 00:08 - Principle Skills Blueprint 00:51 - Principle Skills Blueprint 01:21 - Principle Skills Blueprint 01:45 - Principle Skills Blueprint 02:59 - Principle Skills Blueprint 03:44 - Principle Skills Blueprint 04:16 - Principle Skills Blueprint 04:55 - Principle Skills Blueprint 05:23 - Principle Skills Blueprint 06:16 - Principle Skills Blueprint 07:27 - Principle Skills Blueprint 08:02 - Principle Skills Blueprint 09:00 - Principle Skills Blueprint 09:24 - Thought For The Day...
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CNN's Soledad O'Brien, keynote @ 3rd Annual Philadelphia Diversity & Leadership Conference
 
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http://techbookonline.com/news.html CNN's Soledad O'Brien gives keynote at 3rd Annual Philadelphia Diversity & Leadership Conference 10.18.12: Philadelphia -(Business/Nonprofit/Activism): Emmy Award Winner and Host of CNN's "Starting Point" Soledad O'Brien was in town today to give the keynote address at the 3rd Annual Philadelphia Diversity and Leadership Conference; a one day conference that gives participants an opportunity to share the tools necessary to build a diverse talent pool that can accomplish organizational goals. Sponsored by Lincoln Financial Group, this conference offered a variety of breakout session, including: 'How to measure your Diversity Program Effectiveness', 'Disabilities in the Workplace' and 'Aligning Diversity & Inclusion with HR Strategies'; the latter being a session moderated by Gregory Walker, Managing Executive Director of The Brothers' Network; winners of a 2012 Knight Arts Challenge Grant. To read the official TBO Inc Event Review visit http://www.facebook.com/notes/techbook-online-fan-page/tbo-inc-event-review-cnns-soledad-obrien-gives-keynote-at-3rd-annual-philadelphi/10151096344620911 Source: TBO Inc® ©2012 All Rights Reserved ######
Views: 431 FloodTheDrummer
Allstate Ranks as One of America's Most Diverse Companies
 
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(3BL Media) Northbrook - April 30, 2012 -- Allstate Insurance Company has once again joined the ranks of the most diverse companies in America. Allstate was recently recognized by Diversity Inc. in their annual Top 50 Companies for Diversity List for their work to promote inclusive diversity. Allstate moved up six-points in this year's list and was ranked No. 37. The list included companies from a wide-range of industries, including consulting, retail, manufacturing and banking. "Inclusive diversity is a core part of Allstate," stated Thomas J. Wilson, chairman, president and chief executive officer at Allstate. "We proactively break down barriers, leverage our differences and find reasons to change rather than excuses to stay the same. Diversity is about people, and people are the key to our success." Support of multicultural and diverse communities is one of the key metrics used by Diversity Inc. when determining their annual rankings. In 2011, more than 40 percent of Allstate's philanthropic endeavors supported multicultural communities around the country. "Allstate has a had a long standing commitment to diversity both within our company and in communities around the country," stated Michael Escobar, chief diversity and organization effectiveness officer, at Allstate "Through our philanthropic efforts and our employee resource groups, we are able to make a long-lasting impact on multi-cultural communities and help address key societal needs." Allstate was also recognized for its 28 company-wide resource groups and online communities that provide opportunities for networking, on-boarding of new hires, mentoring, talent development and marketing. Senior Allstate executives work with each group and the groups provide feedback and recommendations on diversity-training course design, content and delivery. To learn more about Allstate's commitment to inclusive diversity, visit our 2011 Public Social Responsibility report. About The Allstate Corporation The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) is the nation's largest publicly held personal lines insurer. Widely known through the "You're In Good Hands With Allstate®" slogan, Allstate is reinventing protection and retirement to help nearly 16 million households insure what they have today and better prepare for tomorrow. Consumers access Allstate insurance products (auto, home, life and retirement) and services through Allstate agencies, independent agencies, and Allstate exclusive financial representatives in the U.S. and Canada, as well as via www.allstate.com and 1-800 Allstate®. As part of Allstate's commitment to strengthen local communities, The Allstate Foundation, Allstate employees, agency owners and the corporation provided $28 million in 2011 to thousands of nonprofit organizations and important causes across the United States. About the Diversity Inc Top 50 List A total of 587 companies participated in the 2012 Diversity Inc Top 50 competition, up 11 percent from last year. Twelve percent more companies were able to answer every question on the 300-field survey, which is divided into four parts: CEO Commitment, Human Capital, Corporate and Organizational Communications, and Supplier Diversity. The results are determined by statistical analysis. It is an independent editorial process and there is no fee to enter the competition and no requirement to conduct business with Diversity Inc. Surveys are sent out in October to all interested companies that have at least 1,000 employees, with a due date for an online submission of March 1. Every company that fills out the survey receives a free report card assessing performance in the four areas measured.
Views: 274 3BL Media
Diverse Outdoor Leaders Institute (DOLI)
 
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The Diverse Outdoor Leaders Institute, (DOLI) is a unique collaboration of organizations acting together to form a network that develops curriculum and trains a cadre of elite wilderness leaders of color that can effectively engage under-represented minorities and urban youth in National Parks Youth Programs. Staff from a multitude of outdoor and youth serving organizations came together to create a training institute like no other, dedicated to enlarging the pool of outdoor professionals who come from backgrounds similar to the underserved youth we are trying to reach. "The grand show is eternal. It is always sunrise somewhere. The dew is never dried all at once. A shower is forever falling. Vapor is ever rising. Eternal sunrise, eternal dawn and gloaming on sea and continents and islands, each in its turn as the round earth rolls." - John Muir And so it is in our National Parks, spread throughout the 50 states and territories, which were established largely in part to Muir's advocacy. Muir's observations beg the questions as to why we allocate a significant percentage of our national budget to sustaining these natural resources. Now it is time to ask the deeper question - once we do allocate so much of our national budget to sustain these resouces - are these resources being equitably promoted to all Americans? The answer to the first part of the questions is clear to anyone who has spent time in any of the 435 parks maintained by the National Parks Service. The grandeur of Yosemite, the Grand Canyon and the Grand Tetons are world renowned. Lesser known parks such as City of Rocks, the Epu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, and Point Reyes National Seashore are equally impactful. The answer to the second part of the quandary, whether the National Parks are being equitably promoted to all Americans, is clearly no. A quick visual survey of park visitors would reveal that there are few people of color. When asked, many people of color report that they are unaware of the Park system, or they do not feel as though they are welcomed at these glorious places. DOLI's mission is to change that perspective, in conjunction with White House directives, President Obama and his administration are aware that engaging young people from all backgrounds in nature based education in our country's wilderness areas is good for the youth, their families and the communities in which they live. This realization led the President to launch America's Great Outdoor's Initiative to promote and support community-level efforts to conserve outdoor spaces and to reconnect Americans to the outdoors. Unfortunately most National Parks do not have the resources and contacts with urban and inner-city community based organizations to attract the urban youth who could benefit so much from experiencing the National Parks. In addition once these populations are in the parks, Rangers and park staff often lack the experience and soft skills to effectively relate to these people and frequently spend most of their time managing and instructing youth instead of mentoring, leading and relating with them. Many National Park programs aggressively reach out to urban and underserved youth, but lack culturally relevant instructors that can easily connect with the students. While a demand for these culturally relevant instructors exists, the Park Service severely lacks a reliable source to access these instructors. The DOLI program will provide the parks with adjunct, temporary program staff that are trained to meet a higher standard of outdoor instruction that includes purpose, compassion and stewardship. What DOLI will do: The intent of DOLI is to create a strong pool of physically fit, knowledgeable instructors of color, who have socioeconomic backgrounds similar to the youth they will serve and who come from the communities that we are trying to reach. Throughout the entire National Park Service nearly every Park suffers from not having access to qualified diverse instructors that can safely and effectively (emotionally and physically) bring urban youth groups into the Park System. In addition many of these DOLI instructors can be hired as conservation crew leaders and outdoor education instructors in one of hundreds of youth serving organizations. DOLI instructors will be the main agents for facilitating the NPS Roots and Wings outreach program for inner-city youth. The pilot of Roots and Wings will kick off in the Los Angeles area and move to seven major cities within the Pacific West Region, after evaluation of the pilot assessment. Are DOLI instructors NPS staff? No, DOLI instructors will serve as "adjunct" staff to NPS youth programs without impacting NPS base funds or existing NPS positions. The DOLI program is a network of organizations, coordinated through one community based organization... For Additional Information on DOLI please contact Charles Thomas PWR Youth Program Mgr. (805) 370-2329
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"Islam: Everything you wanted to know" Irshad Manji at Wanderlust's Speakeasy
 
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The New York Times calls Irshad Manji "Osama bin Laden's worst nightmare." Oprah Winfrey's magazine has given Irshad its first annual Chutzpah Award for "audacity, nerve, boldness and conviction." She takes both as compliments. Irshad is Director of the Moral Courage Project at New York University's School of Public Service. The project teaches young leaders to challenge intellectual conformity and self-censorship. She is also a senior fellow with the European Foundation for Democracy, which promotes universal human rights and freedom of conscience. We were very honored to have Irshad visit us at Wanderlust Stratton to discuss unity, community, and communication. She opened the floor to questions about "Islam! Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask" and what ensued was an extremely honest and participatory discussion about how we can create greater understanding and compassion in our world. She recently spoke on a panel (Sept 2012) with His Holiness the Dalai Lama about finding the "Common Ground for Peace", and even more recently (Nov 2012) was awarded the "Humanist of the Year" Award from the Society for Ethical Culture. We encourage you to learn more about her Moral Courage Project, by signing up on her website and fanning up the social media pages below: https://www.irshadmanji.com/ https://www.facebook.com/irshadmanji https://twitter.com/irshadmanji Wanderlust Festival is also endebted to Hay House (http://www.hayhouse.com) who helped us realize the entire 2012 Speakeasy Lecture Series across all four festivals (Stratton, VT in June 2012; Copper Mountain, CO in July; Squaw Valley, CA in late July; and Whistler, BC, Canada in August). With Hay House's amazing roster of speakers (which you can witness in person at their incredible "I Can Do It" events), it's no wonder that they helped elevate the conversation at Wanderlust's Speakeasy this summer. We encourage you to stay tuned to the Hay House FB feed to make sure you know the next time one of their authors is speaking near you (https://www.facebook.com/hayhouse). Wanderlust is also grateful to our Speakeasy Vermont partner, Omega. Founded in 1977, Omega Institute for Holistic Studies is the nation's most trusted source for wellness and personal growth. As a nonprofit organization, Omega offers diverse and innovative educational experiences that inspire an integrated approach to personal and social change. Located on 195 acres in the beautiful Hudson Valley, Omega welcomes more than 23,000 people to its workshops, conferences, and retreats in Rhinebeck, New York, and at exceptional locations around the world. eOmega.org Speakeasy Series Realized in co-operation with Hay House Speakeasy Video Production by C3 Presents & Greenheart Creative Speakeasy Series produced by Karina Mackenzie Makeup services provided by Dr. Hauschka Music in introduction by MC Yogi "Sita Ram" Motion Graphics by Victoria Nece
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The ChartMaxx Difference - Valley Hospital Document Management - Remote Access, Remote Coding
 
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http://care360.questdiagnostics.com/Service-Oriented-Architecture-SOA.cfm Valley Hospital Talks about their implementation and experience with ChartMaxx. As a healthcare organization, your investments in information technology have occurred over time and across multiple departments and systems. Nearly every organization in healthcare faces the challenges of integrating those systems for the sharing and reporting of data. You've identified gaps, and every day they stand in the way of your team's efficiency, driving up your fixed costs. ChartMaxx ECM with Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) offers a solution to your document and data management problems across diverse systems. What if you could get real-time retrieval and display of a document from any software program in your enterprise? SOA enables that kind of technology with some added bonuses. In the past, data retrieval required logging in and out of different systems. More recently, this challenge has been met with bi-directional data sharing. But there have been drawbacks to each of these approaches. Data sharing can result in multiple copies of the same document, creating a versioning nightmare. SOA provides a solution that ensures access to the "document of truth" every time.
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Managing Users in the Google Apps Control Panel
 
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Learn how professional training can increase collaboration and user adoption of Google Apps within your organization. www.ltech.com/google-apps/training This webinar focuses on the Google Apps Control Panel and management of users through the employee's lifetime at your organization. Topics include: - Bulk creation of new employees - Assigning new employees to groups and suborganizations - Managing Conflicting Accounts - Renaming Users - Resetting Passwords - User permissions - Assigning email aliases - Suspending users - Deleting Users - Best practices in offboarding a user LTech was founded to provide enterprises with best-of-breed technology solutions. Since then, we have evolved into a leading cloud technology integrator. As an early Google Enterprise Partner, we have helped dozens of customers benefit from Google Apps and the Google Search Appliance. Our experience working with a diverse set of clients - from startups to Fortune 500 companies - has made us a trusted name in enterprise class technology services. http://www.ltech.com/cloud/strategy
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Katherine Klein of The Wharton School on diversity
 
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Measuring diversity in terms of broad demographic categories such as gender, race or age fails to take into account the underlying dynamics that can play a more decisive role within groups of people -- diversity in attitudes, skills, knowledge and power, for example. "It's hard to just say 'oh, there's a group whose members vary in their age' and to really understand what that dynamic will be," says Katherine Klein, Professor of Management at Wharton.
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National Guard Virtual Diversity Update 2_1 - Welcome
 
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Brig Gen Burks, Chair, JDEC, emphasizes how diversity is imperative to an organization's survival. Diversity gets its strength through the inclusion of many, strategic thinking, and bold leadership to achieve a lasting legacy of diversity.
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Singapore boardroom gender diversity ranks low
 
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The first Singapore Board Diversity Report, a joint 2-year study by BoardAgender and NUS Business School's Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organizations (CGIO), surveyed 700 Singapore Exchange-listed firms. It found Singapore ranked bottom among developed economies globally for boardroom gender diversity with 6.9 percent female representation across sectors. In the region, it lacked behind Hong Kong, China and Malaysia, and only ahead of India.
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MANGO HEAD OFFICE TEAM
 
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At MANGO very diverse work areas exist, although all share the character of an international fashion company. A multicultural environment, in addition to a creative and entrepreneurial spirit, are elements that exist in all of our teams. All the areas of our company have specialised work teams: Product area Includes the different departments involved in the creation and manufacture of our fashion collections, as well as the concept of our brand image and its projection outside the company. Consequently, this includes departments such as Design, Showroom, Purchasing, Graphic Design, Window Dressing, Interior Design, Product Distribution, Merchandising, etc. Management area This is an extensive work area which includes all the departments that provide support to ensure the smooth running of the organisation. We can mention some as diverse as Human Resources, Legal Management, Communication, Product Identification and Environment, Import/Export, Financial Relations, Administration, Auditing and Internal Control, Property Management, Expansion, Franchisee Services, Store Maintenance, etc. Logistics area This focuses on the reception, storage and dispatch of goods, aiming to allow quick distribution and automatic stock replacement to all our stores. The department is divided into various sections: maintenance, reception, CML distribution, GTT distribution, surpluses, stock (hung and folded), delivery and transport. The principal tasks of the department are: reception and coding of goods for subsequent classification and stocking; preparation of daily sales replacements in stores; dispatch of goods until their reception in stores; packing, courier services, end of season returns, confirmation of transfers, classification and stocking of clothing and replacement stock to Outlet stores, etc. IT systems area Its aim is to provide, maintain and serve the IT needs of headquarters, the international offices and stores in several aspects (equipment, programmes, solutions and infrastructure). The team is made up of more than 100 professionals, including systems engineers, communications engineers, analysts, programmers and technicians working in departments such as Analysis and Development, Purchasing and Development, Purchasing and Supply of IT Materials, Systems and Communications, R+D and USAT (Store Attention and Service Unit). The fundamental characteristics of these teams are in-house development, flexibility and pro-activeness.
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Should Diversity Report to HR?
 
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Watch as Sodexo's global diversity leader Dr. Rohini Anand analyzes at our diversity event the increasingly critical issue of whether diversity execs should report in to HR. Get more diversity-management best practices at: http://www.DiversityInc.com/diversity-management http://www.DiversityInc.com/top50 http://www.DiversityInc.com/events
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WEBINAR:  Intermediate Data Management and Analysis
 
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Part II of the Data Management and Analysis: From Beginner to Advanced Webinar Series This one-hour webinar will move beyond the basics to address practical skills for more complex data management and analysis. Data management topics will include: managing diverse data sources, ensuring data confidentiality, unique ID matching, using data codebooks, and tricks for managing data using Microsoft Excel. Data analysis topics will include: analysis of continuous versus categorical data, creating variable "flags", and using pivot tables. This webinar will be appropriate for participants who already have a basic understanding of, and comfort with, managing and analyzing simple program data and have basic familiarity and comfort with Microsoft Excel. (For interested participants who do not have these suggested prerequisites, we highly recommend participating in the Basic Data Analysis webinar prior to participation in this intermediate level webinar.) The webinar will be accompanied by a written Information Sheet. Presenter Jessica Manta-Meyer brings over 15 years of experience in creating, running and evaluating programs and currently works for Public Profit, a program evaluation consulting firm based in Oakland, CA. Jessica has worked in youth and women's health, HIV prevention, LGBTQ leadership development, after school programs, and music education doing everything from running the programs to keeping the books. Her love of both numbers and people is what draws her to program evaluation. -- Capacity for Health (C4H) at APIAHF is a Capacity Building Assistance Program funded by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. C4H provides FREE capacity building assistance to community based organizations across the United States and its affiliated territories.
Views: 1083 APIAHF
Ingersoll Rand - Diversity & Inclusion
 
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This video highlights the progressive and diverse culture at one of the world's most innovative industrial companies, Ingersoll Rand. Ingersoll Rand provides an environment where their employees are free to express their diverse cultures and share their innovative ideas. With over 100 manufacturing locations all over the globe, Ingersoll Rand treasures every employee and knows that by investing in them, they are investing in progress.
Views: 9349 MadDash

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