From 2010 to 2018, Australia raised the percentage of women on public boards from 8 percent to almost 30 percent. The head of Deloitte Australia's Diversity and Inclusion Consulting practice describes how this success put D&I on the CEO agenda across the country.
Bringing academic concepts to the corporate world requires some translation. Dr. Jackman talks about how she blends theory and practice to craft an employee's experience of belonging at Medallia.
In the second part of our interview with Professor Shelley Correll of Stanford, we talk about how to change attitudes about sexual harassment. The key: stopping problematic behaviors before they become big problems.
In the first half of a two-part interview, Stanford professor Shelley Correll talks to D&I In Practice founder Terra Terwilliger about how GoDaddy became one of Silicon Valley’s best workplaces for women in tech and how other companies can make similar strides.
Bringing academia and industry together is the mission for Sandra Healy and the new Centre for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion at Dublin City University. A 20-year industry veteran, Sandra talks about how the Centre is collaborating with industry on topics like hidden disabilities and measuring inclusiveness.
Whether you’re young or old, ageism in the workplace is a very real issue, according to Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, an organizational psychologist and the chief talent officer of staffing firm and Fortune 500 company ManpowerGroup.