Monthly Archives: February 2014

Change agent? The elephant in the room? The un-defined but pertinent pianist? What is the role of a diversity practitioner? By Anita Nahal, Ph.D., CDP

As a diversity practitioner, I am continuously propelled by others, and by my own inquisitive spirit to discover, and more clearly define, the purpose and role of a diversity practitioner. The literature available on the topic clearly labels the diversity practitioner as a change agent. But what is a diversity […]

“Work” Flow: Connecting Change to the Future

By Leah Smiley, CDE I read an article on LinkedIn this morning by Jordan Weissmann in The Atlantic entitled, “Indisputable Evidence Shows That Millennials Have it Worse Than Any Generation in 50 Years.” The article asserts that the job market is so horrible that Millennials in the 25-32 age range […]

Fear of Failure by Rick Ruiz, CDE

What is failure? To many it is a loss, a show of weakness, and a rejection of our persona so the world perceives an underachiever, or perhaps even a flop. Failure in this context can amplify personal insecurities that can be humiliating in our respective social circles. Not succeeding in […]