2018 DEI Trends: Sourcing Candidates with Non-Traditional Credentials

2018 DEI Trends: Sourcing Candidates with Non-Traditional Credentials

Last week I published the second of six posts exploring emerging trends for diversity, equity, & inclusion (DEI) professionals. This week’s post examines to source candidates with non-traditional credentials to meet the high demand for talent in booming industries such as tech, healthcare, and green energy. As your firm continues to evolve and compete for high potential talent, subscribe to the RPC, Belonging at Work Newsletter, for more ideas, strategies, and solutions to help address your specific workplace inclusion challenges.

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2018 DEI Trends: Leveraging AI to Overcome Unconscious Bias

2018 DEI Trends: Leveraging AI to Overcome Unconscious Bias

Last month, I co-facilitated a webinar for the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM) where we discussed the power and pitfalls of artificial intelligence. Inspired by the conversation, I decided to take the conversation further by developing a blog series exploring some of the 2018 trends for diversity, equity, & inclusion (DEI) professionals. Over the next six weeks we’ll take a deeper dive exploring some of these trends. Be on the lookout for more posts every Wednesday, and if you like this content, subscribe to the RPC newsletter.

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Reframing the Game: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Management Is Not a Zero-Sum Game

Reframing the Game: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Management Is Not a Zero-Sum Game

When the topic of workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) management is addressed, senior executives and board members sometimes raise concerns about some stakeholders “losing power” when an organization commits to engaging, empowering, and elevating historically underrepresented and undervalued stakeholders into the highest levels of an organization in aggressive and achievable ways. These leaders falsely believe that DEI is a zero-sum game, or the idea that when one person gains something, another loses something in exactly the same amount. This post confirms through research and anecdotal experiences that DEI is instead a game where all parties can truly win. If you are curious about how to begin a DEI dialogue in your own organization, let’s set up a time to talk.

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