A new year means it’s time to get organized. We’ve all said that before, right? But how can we make sure this year we follow through? A to-do list can go a long way toward helping you stay on track, but it has to be effective,...

[caption id="attachment_8022" align="alignleft" width="300"] http://www.pagadesign.net/alphamap.jpg[/caption] Dear DW, My coworker is always broadcasting his political views, and let’s just say his worldview is different from mine. I’m just as passionate about my politics, and I’m tempted to tell him so, but I’m worried it could cause tension in...

Jolen Anderson sees her diversity and inclusion work not just as a career but as a calling. Armed with a legal background, she has held diversity, HR and legal roles with Visa, for which she is currently senior vice president and chief diversity officer. Anderson loves...

by Katherine Griffin Kelsey Minarik turned a scary blood clot into a business opportunity. Eight years ago, Minarik was flying cross-country to celebrate her 21st birthday in New York when one of her legs swelled up. It was a deep vein thrombosis, a type of blood clot...

The women who bear the brunt of explicit bias tend to be lower-wage workers The theme of this year’s Diversity Woman conference, “100 Years Is Too Long For Gender Equality,” expresses the impatience that many of us feel regarding the slow path toward achieving gender equality...

Photography by Fred Brown / FBP Studio “As a leader, what are you doing to champion diversity and inclusion at Hyatt?” From left to right: Amy Weinberg SVP, World of Hyatt & Consumer Insights Hiring more female executives helps to recruit more women, but having policies and support...

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