Our next Region Member Spotlight is Kelsey Stephenson of NEW Twin Cities! "I’ve valued making new connections and learning to become a better advocate in the workplace," says Kelsey.
Pay attention to things that may not directly impact you and build a new leadership skill.
Men can ensure their company's leadership is gender diverse by mentoring or sponsoring women.
Leadership isn’t bestowed on you by title or function; it’s something you earn.
Biases and assumptions lead to excluding people from fully contributing to an organization.
One question opened my eyes and set me up for a successful career.
Small shifts in conversation can make you a much more effective mentor.
A company's ability to create an inclusive workplace starts with a few words.
There's much more to "dіvеrsіtу" than gender and color of someone's skin.
When you feel disappointed, it can be hard to see past it. But it's possible.