Posts Tagged ‘Diversity’

How to Make Diversity and Inclusion Progress By Christine Talbot

5 Steps for Successful Diversity and Inclusion Outcomes Over the last two years, the United States has experienced a heightened level of pain, violence, public protest, division, and even fear about racial issues and injustices. This has brought significant focus on the diversity and inclusion work in organizations with employees having new expectations of their…

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Outcomes Conference 2022: Meet Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin

Talking Leadership with Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin Christian Leadership Alliance President and CEO Tami Heim recently interviewed Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin, Senior Vice President of Ministry Impact for American Bible Society (ABS). As a nationally recognized speaker, Dr. Martin has been inducted into the prestigious Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Board of Preachers at Morehouse College. She will serve as a…

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Our Greatest Opportunity By Dr. Arthur Satterwhite III

The Opportunity to Thrive in Adversity It is in times of dire straits that the very makeup of our communities, the design of society as interconnected networks of generationally diverse peoples, offers us the greatest opportunity to thrive amidst adversity. Stronger Together In moments of great trial, the recipe for success has always been the…

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Generational Diverisity By Arthur L. Satterwhite III

 Tapping the Hidden Power of Generational Diversity At  The Outcomes Conference 2018 this week, Arthur Satterwhite III and Dr. Kathleen Patterson, Director of the Doctorate of Strategic Leadership Program at Regent University, are teaching a workshop called, #InnovateorDie. They are covering the current leadership issues that are challenging norms and strategies, making the usual ineffective…

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Good to Great: Harnessing the Power of Diversity and Team-building

  Dr. Halee Scott The world’s oldest story is a story of leadership. The Epic of Gilgamesh, written in 18th century B.C., recounts the leadership journey of Gilgamesh from a corrupt leader to a leader who better governed his people. From the beginning, it seems that humankind has been concerned with bad leaders, good leaders,…

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