Why showing up as a ‘comrade’ is the first step to inclusion in a remote environment

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The CEO of tech brand, Holler, emphasizes it is individual efforts from all levels of a company that will lead to lasting diversity and inclusion progress. At last serious conversations around corporate diversity are happening. According to McKinsey & Company , the U.S. spends $8 billion on diversity training every year, but we are far from reaching systemic equity. Business leaders are assessing their internal company processes and trying to move toward more diverse and inclusive practices. Read Full Story

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Advertising’s most prominent Black executive says empty gestures aren’t going to cut it

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Steve Stoute, founder and CEO of Translation, doesn’t mince words on the tough steps that his industry needs to take to make the right kind of progress. This week Translation founder and CEO Steve Stoute wrote an open letter to Bob Liodice, CEO of the Association of National Advertisers, calling on the advertising industry’s leading trade organization to set real, measurable goals and actions for its members around diversity, inclusion, and its overall treatment of Black people. Read Full Story

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What is a ‘Peter problem’? Jaw-dropping study of U.K. CEOs reveals more named Peter than women

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The U.S. has a John, Robert, Michael, William and James problem. Did you know that there are more CEOs named Peter leading top U.K. companies than female CEOs? This and other jaw-dropping findings come in a new report on U.K. corporate leadership among 350 companies on the FTSE index. The research was conduced by diversity and inclusion consultancy The Pipeline . Here are just a few insights: Read Full Story

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