Yes, it’s important not to discriminate against people because of their differences. But when you have a diverse workforce, it creates a psychologically strong connection.
In today’s workplace, there is tremendous diversity. This is particularly true of people with disabilities, who now have opportunities to excel in jobs for which only a decade or so ago they never would have been considered.
Layne Kertamus, Founder of AsperianNation.com that provides Strategic Neurodiversity Business Consulting to companies that want a competitive advantage in their market joins Enterprise Radio.
Nadine Blochberger a Creative Mentor, Holistic Advisor, Artist & upcycling Designer at imagimo who empowers the individual spirit identify their unique self to allow greater creativity & correct decisions in life joins Enterprise Radio.
Michelle Dippel, who serves as Central and South Texas Office Leader and Vice President for HNTB Corporation joins Enterprise Radio to discuss how they are delivering innovation through diversity.
Rhonda Moret, Founder & President of the Elevated Plus & Elevate For Her Companies which provide professional development training programs in areas including negotiations, diversity and inclusion, leadership, and personal branding joins Enterprise Radio.
Heather Cox, President and Co-Founder of Certify My Company, a supplier diversity consultancy firm again joins Enterprise Radio to talk about their USBLN Certification.
It’s 2017, and America still hasn’t figured out racism. The events of the last year make it clear that while plenty of progress has been made regarding racial inequality, there’s still a long way to go.
Lyneir Richardson, the Executive Director of the Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, a research and practitioner-oriented center at Rutgers Business School in Newark, New Jersey joins Enterprise Radio.