A collection from the editors of Ideas to Action
Drawn from her chapter in Professor Laura Morgan Roberts' book Race, Work and Leadership, Courtney McCluney discusses how efforts to "manage diversity" could benefit from education about historical context and contemporary experience.
People are romantically drawn to warm, kind people who treat others well. But when it comes to how a partner treats us, we really want special treatment. Both desires stand to reason, but are they equally important? Spoiler alert: Nope.
How are corporate innovation, value creation and gender diversity connected? A new global study shows the real influence and impact of gender diversity on boards. The effects of greater gender balance may be evident sooner than you think.
Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook, Warren Buffett — how did they come to helm the world’s largest companies? In this podcast, find a discussion of what we can learn from their stories that might suggest lessons about making it to the top.
Based on a case for the Resilience Education program, founded by Darden experts: a practical, step-by-step guide to dealing with identity theft, a phenomenon prevalent with the at-risk population of people who are incarcerated.