Today, in 25 percent of relationships, the woman earns more. Traditions die hard, but evidence is showing that this household configuration can lead to harmony....

The "Stars Who Mean Business" awards committee has extended the deadline for submissions until June 27. We invite you to submit your PEER to be considered for a Diversity Leadership Star Award [please follow the link below to access the application forms, and review important criteria...

This past October, Diversity Woman magazine presented its Stars Who Mean Business Peer Awards during our evening reception at the 2013 National Diversity Women’s Business Leadership Conference at the Gaylord Resort & Conference Center in National Harbor, Maryland. The awards recognize, celebrate, and honor individuals whose work,...

Cultural competence, the ability to interact effectively across difference, is a significant contributor to success for both individuals and organizations....

Dr. Maya Angelou, who passed away on May 28, was more than a writer, poet, or even universally loved teacher–she was an inspiration. In 2011 I had the privilege of visiting Dr. Angelou in her house in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. I was nervous. All...

Over the past 50-plus years, Hesselbein, who does not like to give out her age, but is northward of 95 (“Age is irrelevant. It is what we do with our lives that counts”), has been one of the most influential figures in the leadership...

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