Awards, Networking, Best Practices More than 400 executives from 76 companies attended our ecent event. Here’s what they learned about the importance of personal, accountable leadership and clearly communicating diversity goals throughout their organizations.
Our 8 Top Companies for Diversity Excellence
DiversityInc recognized eight companies as the top companies for employee-resource groups, global diversity, executive development, talent pipeline,
community philanthropy, work/life and diversity-management progress.
36 Sam’s Club Gives Latino Students $100,000 in Scholarships
In partnership with DiversityInc, Sam’s Club gave full-time students enrolled
at Hispanic-serving institutions scholarships to help pay for their education.
38 Hate Speech Goes Beyond N- and F-Words
Former NBA star John Amaechi told our audience that the antidote to
stereotypes and slurs rests in mindfully chosen words.
40 Muslims & Stereotypes: Do They Really Hate Us?
Islamic experts explained how much misguided information reaches the
public and how dangerous it is to make faulty assumptions.
56 Top Takeaways From CEOs
CEOs and top diversity leaders from DiversityInc Top 50
companies—including KPMG, CSX and Kaiser Permanente—
shared their personal passion for diversity and their ability to
hold executives accountable for results. Here’s where you can
get their best practices.
58 Networking & Sharing:
The first of four sessions led by chief diversity officers
featuring real-world discussions of best practices and critical
Increasing Diversity in
The most successful strategies—
cross-cultural mentoring and CEO
involvement—were analyzed at a chief-diversity-officer roundtable with
AT&T, Ernst & Young, Merck & Co.,
Wells Fargo and Northrop Grumman.
78 How Mentoring Improves
Retention, Engagement &
Formal mentoring with a cross-cultural
component is the most effective method
to improve the pipeline of talent to
management, our data shows. Deloitte,
IBM, Sodexo and WellPoint provided
solutions at our DiversityInc roundtable.
SOCIAL ACCOUN TABILIT Y
Why Julie Goodridge
Might Be the Scariest
Person in Investment
With an all-woman socially
firm, the head of NorthStar
Asset Management is a force to be
reckoned with in corporate America.
6 READER COMMENTS |
8 CEO’S LETTER |
12 EDITOR’S LETTER |
121 COMPANY INDEX IN EVERY ISSUE