A diverse group of senior Blanchard associates share their thoughts on how we can address and make progress on one of the biggest challenges we face in our work environments today.
Jennifer Brown delivers a call to action for leaders at every level to find their role and voice in affecti...
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Growth can be challenging and often uncomfortable. Any person who has ever been a minority in a majority setting knows that out-of-place feeling all too well says April Hennessey.
La’Wana Harris shares how she works with leaders to help them become aware of their own biases and how to make conscious choices that mitigate bias in order to embrace diversity.
We can create a more welcoming workplace one person at a time. Courageous Inclusion provides a blueprint for making this a reality.
Blanchard thought leader Jeff Cole shares a surprising realization from participation in a Courageous Inclusion learning experience.
Inclusive leadership depends on seeing events, situations, and most of all people objectively. Dr. Nicole Johnson shares two common biases and how to address.
Jennifer Brown addresses some of the most pressing challenges of our time including identity, privilege, and equity.
Microaggressions are common. The most important thing is to stay engaged, learn from the experience, and expand your understanding of others says Diana Johnson Urbina.
Jennifer Brown delivers a call to action for leaders at every level to find their role and voice in affecting societal and workplace change.
Creating a space where everyone feels included and honored for their unique experiences and perspectives can be a tricky thing says diversity thought leader April Hennessey.
Learn how to make team diversity your edge to being more competitive, more innovative, and better able to solve problems in a changing work environment
Dear Madeleine, I have had a film/video production business with a cofounder and partner for about seven years. We have been friends since college. I am the business operations and sales guy; my...
Creating and sustaining an inclusive environment takes considerable awareness, effort, and persistence. Inclusivity expert Jeff Cole shares the four major components for creating an inclusive team.
Being willing to examine our perspective to include a place where we are both challenged and empowered is a good starting point says April Hennessey.
An equitable workplace benefits everyone. Invest the time to create a welcoming environment for people with disabilities—and watch the transformation happen says Doug Glener.
Creating an inclusive environment starts with having strong, trusting relationships with your people says CHRO Kristin Brookins Costello.
Dear Madeleine, I manage a team in large organization. Last spring I was diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer and I underwent intense and difficult chemotherapy. I worked from home and didn’t...
Most successful companies have found that an empowered workforce generates positive results and relationships that are simply not possible with a traditional hierarchy dominated by “I say. You do.”
Bullying has no place in the workplace. It’s destructive to a company and to an individual. The good news is that you can put an end to it in your corner of the world says Kristin Brookins Costello.
In honor of Women’s History Month, I sat down with Debbie Ung, EVP of sales and professional services at The Ken Blanchard Companies, to talk about her experiences being a female leader in various...
Dear Madeleine, I am terrible at my job and it is only a matter of time before I get fired. I don’t like any of my direct reports. I am supposed to do one-on-ones with them, but I find them so...