HR Leading Others to Lead

By Cathy Gallagher-Louisy In many organizations, the word “leadership” is associated with hierarchy and power, and “leaders” are those who have a big sphere of...

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In & Out: Diverging Views on LGBT+ Inclusion in the Workplace

By Thomas Sasso and Cathy Gallagher-Louisy Often when we think about diversity, we think about just one dimension of diversity—ethnicity, for example. In many of...

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Beyond the Carrot and the Stick

By Andrew Woods In the 1800’s, Jeremy Bentham, an English philosopher considered the founder of modern utilitarianism, theorized that all human action was driven by...

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Inclusion a Driver of Culture and Results

By Alona Puehse Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) has been a deliberate area of focus for several competitive companies over the past several years. By now,...

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How Accessible is Your Workplace…Really?

By Mark Gruenheid Most of us are comfortable with the concept of an “accessible workplace”.  Through the BC Centre for Ability, we seek to expand...

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Tools and Techniques for Improving Diversity and Inclusion Measurements

By Cathy Gallagher-Louisy This post supplements the Measuring the Dividends of Diversity feature article. Read the full article. Review and Reassess Review your diversity strategy and measurements...

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Measuring the Dividends of Diversity

By Cathy Gallagher-Louisy Imagine a company launching a new product or service without the ability to measure sales and profitability. Imagine a public sector or non-profit...

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Taking Action: The Universal Language of Respect

By Randy Kennett The investment for leaders and organizations in developing and nurturing a culture of respect, has never been worth more to the workforce...

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