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Company is challenging itself to grow its ‘cultural intelligence.’
Kellogg Co., the Battle Creek cereal maker, has released its fifth annual diversity report, putting the spotlight on company-wide efforts to bring everyone to the table. Read More
The city of Holland has an often unappreciated richness of diversity that likely could hold some type of “best of” rank, especially for the creative class generation of millennials. Read More
Two West Michigan universities are demonstrating an award-winning commitment to diversity. Read More
Assessng an organization’s capacity to embrace change is key.
Paul Doyle thinks Grand Rapids has the potential to create some of the best practice models in the country around the issues of diversity, cultural competency and inclusion, but he said it’s up to the community to take the necessary steps to develop those models and become a leader. Read More
The second annual Young Professionals of Color Conference will be held this Wednesday. Read More
Some of Michigan’s private colleges are pushing for more racial and ethnic diversity, but are not necessarily actively seeking more religious diversity. Read More
But first, they have to start hiring again.
West Michigan law firms are aware they have a problem with a lack of diversity within their ranks. Despite many efforts by individual firms, they continue to struggle to attract and retain women and minority attorneys. Read More
Values, culture, accountability and leadership form the backbone
Diversity and inclusion in the workplace are laudable benchmarks, but making it a standard that all employees embrace requires an effective plan all will buy into, said two speakers at a forum sponsored by the Partners for a Racism-Free Community at the Dominican Center at Marywood. Read More