Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Monthly Archives: June 2016

Smart Conversations

As organizational development professionals, we understand the challenge and opportunities for organizations. In our experience, Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) needs to be much more...

Education Mentorship

We have all read the statistics: The United States continues its downward spiral in ranking of the education and preparation of our students for...

Equal Access

Access to restrooms is a significant basic condition of employment. For employers with transgender employees, the question often becomes which restroom should the employee...

Latinos and Student Loan Debt

It's Delaying the American Dream When it comes to student loan debt Latinos are accumulating some of the highest student debt totals, owing, on average,...

Corporate Activism for Diversity

In March, North Carolina’s Governor, Pat McCrory, signed House Bill 2 (HB2), also known as North Carolina’s Anti-LGBT Law, into law.  The new, state...

Job Search Tips for Recent Graduates

Getting your resume noticed online as a new grad may seem like attempting to get on your favorite amusement park ride when you're under...

Houston Lemonade Day

Thousands of young Houstonians from various socioeconomic backgrounds learned how to set goals, work hard, and achieve their business dreams at this year’s Houston Lemonade Day.

SMART Power

In the war for talent it is so easy to overlook that, according to Gallup, more than 67% of women are disengaged in their work because they feel unheard and undervalued. If you really want to create a competitive advantage you need to unravel the invisible biases that disable soft power women to create an agile, SMART Power culture.

The Intellectual Entrepreneurship Consortium

A propitious approach in continuing to increase the level of diversity among graduate schools is the Intellectual Entrepreneurship Consortium (IE) in the Division of Diversity & Community Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin.