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Does Coming Out at Work Still Matter?

As younger generations embrace diversity without hesitation, it might be tempting to assume that the act of coming out as LGBTQ+ is becoming less significant.

Embracing Identity: Insights from LGBTQ+ CMOs

At 2022’s Kellogg Marketing Leadership Summit, three renowned marketing leaders gathered for a panel. They explored how embracing their LGBTQ+ identities shaped their careers at a time when the business world was slowly progressing on DE&I issues.

What’s Next for CHROs in Terms of Diversity and Inclusion?

What obstacles stand in the way of promoting diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) within today’s and tomorrow’s companies? What approaches can leaders adopt to drive the necessary changes?

Visibility, Opportunity and Access

Executives discuss barriers like visibility and access to joining and driving inclusion in boards and strategies to overcome them.

CHROs Urged to Define DEI Goals and Align Internal Culture

A diverse workplace helps companies achieve success by reflecting the communities in which they operate and the customers whom they serve.

The Power of Being Out

The more we come out, the more change we can affect- not only personally but to clients and colleagues as well.

More Diversity? Attitude Is Not Enough!

Diversity and inclusion are among the major business challenges of our time. For many years, politicians, business leaders and the public have been discussing how to ensure that, for example, women have the same career opportunities as men.

“Don’t Hide Behind a Concept!” – How to Overcome Diversity Fatigue

We spoke with Kay Formanek, author of "Beyond D&I: Leading Diversity with Purpose and Inclusiveness," about her Diversity, Equity & Inclusion insights.

Embracing Your Voice as an LGBTQ+ Leader

Celebrating your full self as an LGBTQ+ leader can contribute to environments where people and organizations blossom.

Strategic Board Succession Planning Comes of Age: 2022 Update

In the past, boards treated board succession tactically, appointing the most eminent available candidate or someone who could meet an immediate need.

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