People often say that diversity programs are for large companies who can afford the investment of time and resources. However, diversity is not just for big business. Every business, ranging from startups to global corporations to nonprofit organizations to law firms, should commit to diversity and inclusion. I know that my best work experiences are those.
Having a diverse workforce is vital to businesses, current employees, and potential employees. A key component to diversity in the workplace is inclusion. This is often why we use the terms “diversity” and “inclusion” together. Recently, I spoke with a white female employee who bravely shared that she was excluded from her (small) company’s conversations.
Frustration, disappointment, and passion are just a few words that come to mind when I think of our world today. Deep-rooted and unresolved systematic racism is yet again sadly coming to light and raising ugly realities. Time after time, when this happens, we respond with quick, short-lived conversations and no meaningful change. We must not.
Tunnel vision is being so focused on one item that nothing else seems to exist. Everything beyond fades out into darkness, and the only thing occupying your mind is what is visibly in front of you. I have experienced this while writing my book Heels to Holster.
In these unprecedented times, Financial advisors are not sharing information you need to know. There are new accounts that are available to protect your retirement assets and there are also federal laws that are changing regarding retirement assets. Brokers are not telling you about some of these accounts because they cannot get paid in charge.
Over the last month, the world has faced one of the most challenging times in history. There is one thing that has not changed: Orphans need a home. Orphanages are often a vulnerable child’s last line of defense. That’s why Haven of Hope International partners with orphanages around the world to bring stability to their.
He sent us home… He sent the whole world home! I believe we, not a nation, but the world broke His heart. He wanted us to go back home to find our faiths and our families, to reconnect. He loved us so much that He sent us home. In the last few years, I watch.
Hello lovely, Welcome to this new season in your life! Can you feel the changes in the world around you and discern the seasons of your own life at this moment? Are you on a waiting period or are you in the flow of things? Is everything moving smoothly or are you feeling stuck?… Either.
There are times when our minds can be overwhelmed by fearful images, repetitive remarks and feelings that cycle between low grade anxiety and full blown fear. And yes, we may take on fearful responses from those around us. Whew, for many we are in such a situation right now….. and yet…. Keeping our autonomic nervous.
What Kids, Dogs, and Employees Have In Common and Why You Need to Pivot! Part 1 in a 2 part series by Doni Landefeld, Ph.D. March 2020 A friend and musician colleague who is also an animal behaviorist recently attended a party at my house. He mentioned how my dog was a bit confused when.