Simma Lieberman is a diversity and inclusion and culture change consultant, speaker and coach and a frequent contributor to the Network of Executive Women.
Harassment should not be tolerated, but not every situation is the same.
A culture of inclusion leads to employee satisfaction and a company's long-term success.
Biases and assumptions lead to excluding people from fully contributing to an organization.
Despite countless D&I initiatives, the pace of change has been glacial. Here's why.
Companies can drive workplace equality by understanding each gender's styles.
In October, I attended a commemoration and celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party at the Oakland Museum in California. I didn’t expect to be impacted so deeply.
We often hear of companies that talk the diversity and inclusion talk, but fail to walk the walk. Workplace change won’t happen if the people at the top are not "inclusionist” leaders who create cultures where people love to do their best work and customers love to do business.
Companies can grow dramatically and increase their market share when they bring together people who are different from each other and provide opportunities for them to share their varied experiences and bring their unique perspectives to problem solving and new product development.