8 More Days- Unleash Hidden Genius & Maximize Talent

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Don’t Miss This Opportunity to Find and Unleash Hidden Genius  With Our October Offer Are you wiling to make a small investment to unleash unused or underutilized talent in the next 8 days? Is it essential to maximize talent? What happens when you don’t? Is it worth $4,000 to have more of your employees working to their full potential, sharing…

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Ten Ways Diversity and Inclusion Can Foster Innovation

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Ten Ways To Foster Amazing Innovation Through Diversity Leadership   In this business era of speed, competition and globalization, innovation rules all. You never know where the next great product, process or profit builder will originate. Good Diversity Management and Culturally Intelligent Leadership can make the difference between repeatedly hearing mediocre ideas from the same people, or mining the hidden…

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Really Want to Manage Diversity and Support Inclusion? Time to Stop Labeling Others

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In order to be effective with other people, and support diversity and inclusion beyond theory, you have to be aware of your actions and behaviors in relationship to others.  Because of our biases and incorrect assumptions, we end up labeling people and treating them as a label.  People don’t know that they are being labeled but end up acting the…

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