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Susana Rinderle
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Diversity - Inclusiveness - Leadership
Diversity - Inclusiveness - Leadership

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This is a guest piece written in partnership with my colleague and friend, Stan C. Kimer*, the creator of Career Mapping! Over the past several years, discussions on employee engagement and retention have been increasing among organizational leaders. …

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Getting crystal clear about your goals and intentions — personally as well as professionally — is the first critical step for diversity and inclusion (D&I) practitioners and champions to have positive impact and obtain powerful results. Once goals and…

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So much potential, energy, talent, time, and money are wasted because we aren’t clear. When it comes to diversity and inclusion in particular, many of us lack clarity about our goals, the impact we want to have, or even our intentions. Sometimes we have…

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Love Letter From the Future

Dear 2017, Dear Those Who Are Fearful, Dear Progressives, Dear Evolutionaries, Dear Exhausted Veteran Activists, Dear Energized New Activists, Dear Woke White Folks, Dear Seeking Souls, Dear Confused Minds, Dear Pissed-off Disenfranchised, Dear Bleeding…

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Diversity and Inclusion Programs Don’t Cause Divisiveness, They Respond to Divisions

When an organization commits to creating a more diverse workforce and inclusive environment, one common criticism is that doing so causes divisiveness and unnecessary friction. This criticism can be expressed directly or it can manifest as an undercurrent…

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Mere days have passed since the historic global Women’s March, and one of the topics buzzing around social media is the discontent some non-participants felt about the event. One view is that the march was unnecessary because women have all the rights we…

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Progressives Must Stand Our Ground and Show Our Teeth

In November, something broke inside me. In the space of thirty days, the election combined with two other profound personal disappointments which sent me reeling. In hindsight, those three events had a lot in common. They were all about the shattering of…

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The verdict is in: "old school" diversity approaches don't work. Those with a progressive vision for the workplace must adopt new school diversity tactics.

http://susanarinderle.com/new-school-diversity-works/


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This didn’t feel like an election. I’ve voted in elections and weathered their results, for better or worse, for 28 years. This felt more like a relationship breakup, or the death of a loved one. I’ve also weathered those – the shock, betrayal, grief,…
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