- 10/01/2017Consuelo es ama de casa, Jenar es locutor de radio y Raquel trabaja en Acción Social TMB. Los tres son invidentes y nos hablarán de "Relación a Ciegas" en nuestro próximo programa. ¡Conócelos en #CRelaciones!
- Producer07/01/2017A Taxonomy of the Multicultural ClichéThis fascinating read in the Washington Post exposes the expectations the mainstream has of the multicultural and, equally, multicultural expectations of the mainstream when it comes to what a cultural brand should be named.Emperors and Empresses...
- Producer07/01/20172016. The worst of times. The best of times.The worst of times?On one level 2016 was a shocker. Rarely has so much prejudice, ignorance, misogyny, homophobia, bigotry and straight up xenophobia been displayed so proudly or delivered in such toxic concentrations. Rarely have so many good...
- Producer06/01/2017Diversity Sourcing Part 2We already looked at Women so now let's focus on Hispanic. Remember Diversity sourcing is a very special skill. You need to have knowledge of were to search or as I have said in my " Top Ten Rules for Successful Internet Sourcers " post, you need...
Comments07/01/2017 #2 David B. GrinbergLove this series, Dean. I thought you may enjoy a blog post I wrote here in June 2016 titled, "Why Workforce Diversity is Simply Good Business." I would appreciate your thoughts at your convenience, if and when possible.Thanks and keep buzzing!
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/why-workforce-diversity-is-simply-good-business View moreLove this series, Dean. I thought you may enjoy a blog post I wrote here in June 2016 titled, "Why Workforce Diversity is Simply Good Business." I would appreciate your thoughts at your convenience, if and when possible.Thanks and keep buzzing!
Also, at the risk of being controversial, I would note that diversity includes white people too, as race is supposed to be "color blind" under the law (at least in USA -- emphasize "supposed to be"). Why? Because the demographics of the USA are rapidly changing with the combined number of minority groups outnumbering whites in nearly all big cities, the so-called "minority-majority." Moreover, as traditional diverse populations increase in number, whites continue to stagnate and decline -- especially white men. Just saying, it's a new world out there, or soon will be. Close
- Producer04/12/2016Giving Permission to Canada’s RacistsCanada, a country of some 36 million people, stretched mostly in a ribbon along the country’s southern border, despite its geography of 10 million square kilometres. A nation founded on immigrants, initially mostly from Europe and the United...
Comments05/12/2016 #3 Jim Taggart#2 Very true, Harvey. And the only thing saving the human race from its own self-destruction is its innate ability to innovate when placed under extreme pressure. This is off topic, so forgive me, but it will be fascinating to see how future generations react to rising sea levels, provoking massive migrations of people around the world. But that's for another post.
- Producer09/11/2016How Diversity affects the Work EnvironmentDiversity can make or break a team. But in today’s business world, a team diversity may bring huge benefits to the work environment. That is if different kind of people (sex, educational background, age, culture, and character) are hired in a...
Comments10/11/2016 #1 Brian McKenzieAh Diversity is great - too bad I am white, male, middle-aged, straight, able-bodied, non felon with no celebratory protected class quota markers in my favor. P.S. - still waiting for my 'White Privelege' bus to arrive. In the mean time, I guess I will have to continue to improve my skills, education and performance.
- Producer29/07/2016Why Creativity Training Should be a Part of Any Diversity and Inclusion ProgramIt's a jungle out there! As I have witnessed in just putting together an innovation management short course to train people basically in creativity. Interestingly, top executives state creativity as the #1 skill needed to navigate the rapidly...
- 15/06/2016So here's the thing... After living with a big story partly in the shadows, I've decided to write my biography. Not only did I do this for myself, but hoping to be a support for others in the world who are feeling lost, forgetting of the importance of self-love and acceptance. But also with a clear message that all people are equal, no matter their gender, sizes, color, religion. One day I hope to see that change in the world that everyone will be accepted for the unique soul they are... I want to give a Big THANK YOU, to the Boomcast-team for going on this journey with me and especially at the wonderful @Milly Toovey for the support and inspiration she offered me to push through! You can read it on Boomcast through the linke below! #equalitymeanseveryoneCATHYwww.boomcastapp.com THE BRAVEST WOMAN WE...
- 15/06/2016There is no denying the power of honorable deeds and photos of cute dogs in restoring our faith in humanity.
Owen Lima and his service dog, Blue, are the newest recruits at a Lowe’s home improvement store in Canada.
Lima suffers from a brain injury that requires him to have a service dog.
Because of the injury, Lima can have a hard time understanding people when they speak too quickly.
His canine sidekick helps calm him down and prevent anxiety attacks.
But, it came with a problem: He had difficulty finding a job.
“It’s so hard to find a job where people can accept me for the way I am and the fact that I have a service dog with me,” Lima told the Lowe’s staff.
This didn’t seem to be an issue for store manager Paolo Gallo.
Gallo found a position that would fit the duo perfectly: greeting customers at the store-front as the new customer service associate.
The company posted a photo of Blue in his custom-made Lowe’s employee vest.
- Producer07/06/2016I may or may not be male...(As written: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/i-may-male-camille-fitzgerald?trk=prof-post )There are anti-discrimination laws set up to assure we all have the same rights and opportunities https://www.eeoc.gov/laws/types/ so I should be allowed the...
Comments09/06/2016 #5 Cyndi wilkinsThe key component here is education...Perhaps it is lost on the "elder generation" as they have been brought up under a different set of social standards...But we really need to focus the attention on our youth as they are tomorrows leaders...Let us teach them to think and not to judge.08/06/2016 #2 Cathy KwantenClear and strong message ... Why do people have to label and discriminate??? I really fail to understand.
A good set of talents/skills and a wonderful personality can't be judged based by outer appearances.
Tall/short, size 0 or plus size, skin color, gender ... shouldn't matter!