Tagged: diversity

Innovating in the Ivy League

In this webinar BlessingWhite will speak with a representative from the top university in the country about how they plan to use inclusion to cultivate innovation among their staff. We will also interview an expert from Catalyst, a leading research institution specializing on Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace.


“The Day-to-Day Experiences of Workplace Inclusion and Exclusion”

This article is an excerpt from Catalyst’s recent report, “The Day-To-Day Experiences of Workplace Inclusion and Exclusion,” which focuses, in part, on the effects of exclusion and, more importantly, what leaders can do and say to turn-the-tide. Catalyst is a non-profit organization and BlessingWhite partner, dedicated to creating workplaces where people representing every dimension of diversity can thrive.


To Inclusion…And Beyond

Watch BlessingWhite Senior Leadership Consultant, Kristen Bakalar present at DisruptHR in Philadelphia from May 17, 2016. It’s about moving beyond inclusion and start inviting.


LadyDay is Everyday

In a recent Google shareholders call, a small thing happened that has big implications. Google’s CFO, Ruth Porat, answered a question posed to her by a caller. In posing his question, the shareholder referred to Porat as “The Lady CFO” making a choice, consciously or unconsciously, to amend her title with a gender designation. Porat answered the question as articulately as any highly credentialed CFO of a Fortune 500 firm would do. And while perhaps there was nothing notable about her response otherwise, what happened in its aftermath is quite remarkable.

Developing Careers: Advocating for Your Team

This two-hour, virtual instructor-led training is the fifth module in the Leading With Inclusion suite. This engaging inclusive leadership training module highlights the importance of advocating for team members as a way to positively...


Leading at the Speed of Change

In a constantly evolving environment, it is permissible for organizations to reset some of the expectations when it comes to leadership. Change is inevitable. We can either surf its wave as it prepares to hit the shore or get hobbled in its wake.