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Comcast NBCUniversal’s Juan Otero: Diversity & Inclusion Have Always Been at the Heart of My Journey
Otero talks with DiversityInc about his new position, the importance of mentoring and sponsoring, and offers career advice.
Suzi Russell-Gilford, a tax partner at PwC, gives advice to women on how to respond to "What Does Your Husband Do?" Russell-Gilford also explains why it's never safe to assume facts about someone's personal life.
Abbott's Sarah Schmit and GM's Tonya Hallett give career advice on topics ranging from being open to taking on new roles and what to do when you don't get the role you wanted to how to find a mentor and how to manage work/life integration.
Q&A with Otis Porritt, environmental services general manager for Sodexo at Boston Children’s Hospital, who offers career advice.
"There’s so much to learn by reading about how real leaders handled real challenges," writes Ferguson.
KPMG Tax Partner Adrian Anderson gives advice on how to prioritize your work/life balance.
Wells Fargo’s EVP Lisa Stevens discusses the importance of community service, the power of positive thinking and embracing change.
Watson started her journey at Toyota as an intern and her dedication and drive earned her a full-time offer as a college programs recruiter.
Diana Solash, Director, Global and Americas Diversity & Inclusiveness at EY, gives advice on overcoming obstacles in your career.
Barra thinks you'll be getting into a car soon without a driver.
"I have had so many growth opportunities with Sodexo that I never felt the need to look elsewhere,” Patty Denton said.
KPMG Audit Partner gives advice on how to shrink the confidence gap and show up more confident at work.
Take a few tips from Johnson & Johnson's Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition for really impressing those head hunters.
Now is a great time to take stock of 2017 and think about where you'd like to be this time next year.
Wyndham Worldwide’s Delaine Bailey gives advice on owning your confidence in the workplace, including bringing your authentic self to work, knowing who you are and being comfortable in your own skin.
"Forward-looking conversations empower our people to identify areas for continued growth, as well as plan their careers," writes Slaski.
KPMG Audit Partner gives career advice on accelerating your career by aligning expectations with your manager.
PwC Principal Mike Donoghue gives key advice to veterans on how to network, become a high potential, learn from mistakes and overcoming roadblocks.
Gerri Mason Hall, SVP & chief human resources officer, North America, at Sodexo, sat down with DiversityInc to share her thoughts on sponsorship and mentors.
Monsanto’s Melissa Harper offered eight attributes that high potentials should possess, some of which helped her rise in her career.
Jose Garcia, SVP Diversity Talent Acquisition Strategy at Wells Fargo, says yes and tells you why.
PwC’s Anne Donovan gives advice on how to ask for flexibility, how to get it and how to make it work. Donovan advises that you must be confident but patient when asking for flexibility.
Mentors, Sponsors Play Key Roles in Helping People With Disabilities Bring Their Whole Selves to Work
Professionals with disabilities might feel a little out of place because of their visible or non-visible differences. Mentors and sponsors can play a key role in helping them bring their whole selves to work.