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For International Women’s Day, MESH/diversity and ORIGINS MEDIA HAUS have joined forces to highlight 50 women who inspire us! This is by no means a definitive list! Eva LauFounding Partner at Two Small Fish Ventures LinkedIn: Eva Lau Eva Lau is an entrepreneur-turned-investor and one of the few women leading a venture fund in Canada....
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Forbes Human Resources Council
MESH/diversity is happy to announce that our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery is featured on the Forbes Human Resources Council in the recent Forbes article, “12 Ways to Help Remote Workers Feel Included in Company Culture.” The article offers insight from Dr. Karumanchery and other prominent D&I experts on building a culture where remote workers are...
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Forbes Human Resources Council
MESH/diversity is happy to announce that our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery is featured on the Forbes Human Resources Council in the recent Forbes article, “Tackling Employee Engagement: 11 Signs to Look For” The article offers insight from Dr. Karumanchery and other prominent D&I experts on how to handle disengagement within your organization. These insights will...
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Research has shown that failing to appropriately account for gender in companies who create, design and implement in a variety of STEAM applications is a recipe for a distorted and sometimes dangerous reality. For example, one study analyzing the effectiveness of seat belts found that seat belts were less effective when women were believed to...
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We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Lisa Toppin, Chief Diversity Officer and VP of Talent Management for LPL Financial. With 20+ years of HR experience, Lisa led both D&I and L&D programming for Charles Schwab. She is a member of the Forbes HR Council and a world renowned leader when it comes...
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ped·​a·​go·​gy \ ˈpe-də-ˌgō-jē \ noun 1. the art and science of teaching A Teachable Moment. We’ve heard this notion quite a bit over the last week or so as the drama of the Canadian Prime Minister’s Brown-Face debacle unfolded. Even as the pro vs. anti Trudeau camps crystallized, and calls for forgiveness or condemnation invariably...
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We are very excited to announce that our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery’s first article for Forbes was published on September 24, 2019! This begins an exciting journey for Dr. Karumanchery as part of the Forbes Human Resources Council, and is his first solo contribution to the publication. MESH/diversity is proud to have Dr. Karumanchery’s bring...
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A brief introduction to race as a social construct, and the science behind why racism is so hard to get rid of. What is a social construct? Simply put, ideas like race, gender and religion exist, not because they’re objectively real, but because people have agreed that they are objectively real. Our belief in these...
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MESH with the ICTAM group
MESH/diversity recently connected with a group at ICTAM for #EqualityEquationWpg to discuss the challenges organizations face when building solid D&I efforts. Here are 5 takeaways from the session that can help get your organization engaged and drive strategy. 1. Good and lasting D&I work begins as a communication challenge.How can we engage people in a...
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MESH/diversity is proud to announce that our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery is featured on the expert panel in the recent Forbes article, “Tough Hiring Decision? These 14 Tiebreakers Can Help You Make The Final Call.” In particular, his segment touches on having an inclusive mindset when bringing in new hires. The article offers insight from...
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