Join the Pride 30-Day Challenge!

Join the Pride 30-Day Challenge!

Good news – 23 days from today, the 30 Day Pride Challenge kicks off! The challenge offers proven strategies any employee can take action on, no matter their position within an organization. For only $27 - less than $1/day - you will gain support, simple actions, and the confidence needed to cultivate inclusive workplaces for your LGBTQ colleagues. Through these efforts, you will make significant contributions that will signal to your LGBTQ colleagues that they are respected, valued, and belong at work. Enroll today!

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Enroll in the LGBTQ A-Z Certification Program & Gain a Mentor this Fall

Enroll in the LGBTQ A-Z Certification Program & Gain a Mentor this Fall

In honor of October's LGBTQ History Month, I'm very pleased to announce the next offering of the LGBTQ A-Z Certification, which kicks off on Monday, October 2. The program offers individual and group mentorship for executive, HR, and diversity professionals looking for proven strategies to build a culture of belonging for their LGBTQ stakeholders. When you enroll by Friday, you will receive 50% off of the registration fee when using the promo code AUTUMN. Visit www.rhodesperry.com/mentorship to enroll today!

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Gain a Mentor & Join the Team!

Gain a Mentor & Join the Team!

This post is for executive, HR, and diversity professionals struggling to effectively engage LGBTQ people in meaningful ways, comply with existing non-discrimination laws, and implement workplace policies that attract top talent and new customers. It details The LGBTQ A-Z Certificationa mentorship program that offers proven and affordable solutions to address these challenges within four weeks. Professionals interested in learning more about this program are encouraged to register for a FREE live webinar on Friday, January 27 at 11:00 am/2:00 pm. In advance, participants are encouraged to share their opinion about the type of mentorship they desire here. The LGBTQ A-Z Certification begins on Monday, March 6 and participation is limited to the first 20 people.

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New Year, New Offerings

New Year, New Offerings

In 2017, RPC will mentor more change agents to build inclusive workplaces, and offer support to fellow LGBTQ people interested in taking the entrepreneurial leap. To accomplish these goals, RPC will offer The LGBTQ A-Z Certification in March, a program designed to support executive, HR, and diversity professionals by offering everything needed to lead on equity & inclusion in the workplace. Those interested in learning more about the program are encouraged to register for a FREE live webinar scheduled for January 27 at 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern Time. And for those LGBTQ folks interested in learning more about taking the entrepreneurial leap, subscribe to The Out Entrepreneur, a weekly podcast hosted by Rhodes Perry intended to connect listeners to some of the 1.4 million out bosses crushing it in business. 

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It’s Shakespearean, But Is Your LGBTQ Policy Actionable?

It’s Shakespearean, But Is Your LGBTQ Policy Actionable?

LGBTQ workers can still be fired in 30 states simply for who they are, or who they love. Fortunately, a growing number of employers are taking the initiative to develop their own LGBTQ non-discrimination policies to protect these workers. This post is specifically written for executives eager to translate these policies into lasting culture change. It is the fourth of a five-part blog series detailing my consultancy’s TEAMS Transformation Method™, a unique branded system designed for executive, HR, and diversity professionals ready to transform their big ideas about LGBTQ diversity & inclusion into actionable plans. After reading this post, be sure to save your seat for tomorrow’s Q&A webinar where this topic will be further explored.

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When It’s Not Business as Usual – 5 Strategies to Heal

When It’s Not Business as Usual – 5 Strategies to Heal

In the wake of the Orlando Shooting, business leaders are looking for solutions to support and encourage LGBTQ employees to take the time necessary to grieve and heal. While our collective mourning won’t end overnight, the initial sting can become less acute with effective leadership implementing real solutions offered in this post. Such action has the power to cultivate more compassionate and equitable workplaces, especially for those LGBTQ employees who may not always feel welcomed to bring their whole selves to work.

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