Podcast: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Developing a Clear Roadmap

Engaging People Podcast · Ep. 142: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Developing a Clear Roadmap During this podcast, Kristin Chapman, Managing Director of People & Culture at AAA National; and Charles Rogel, VP of Consulting at DecisionWise, share the latest DecisionWise employee survey research as well as tested best practices and stories from AAA National on how […]

Infographic: How to Be a Diversity-Minded Leader

View the PDF of this Infographic We all know that diversity is an asset to any organization with a range of opinions, experiences, and feedback, but hiring a diverse workforce is only the first step. In order to retain a diverse workforce and ensure an exceptional employee experience for all, an organization needs to train […]

Webinar: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Developing a Clear Roadmap

Date: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 Time: 1:00 pm Eastern / 10:00 am Pacific Presenters:  Kristin Chapman, Managing Director of People & Culture at AAA National Charles Rogel, VP of Consulting at DecisionWise Cost: Free During this webinar, we’ll share the latest DecisionWise employee survey research as well as tested best practices and stories from AAA National on how […]

How To Be a Voice in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The other day I was on a call, and the topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion came up. I could feel myself sliding into that uneasy zone where you no longer know whether anyone wants to hear your perspective. To try and break the ice, I half-heartedly joked, “Well no one wants to hear from […]

Are Your Diversity and Inclusion Efforts Only Skin Deep?

Recently the president of a non-profit organization reached out to ask if I would join his board. He led with several kind compliments about his confidence in my ability to be an effective board member. He then said something that seemed very inclusive: “We need your demographic.” I initially applauded his efforts to diversify his […]

Podcast: Diversity and Inclusion

In this podcast episode, DecisionWise Principal Consultant Beth Wilkins, Ph.D., discusses the topic of diversity and inclusion inside organizations. Although many organizations have gotten better at recruiting and retaining diverse talent, there is still much progress to be made in the area of inclusion. Many still lack ethnically and gender diverse leadership teams, despite the […]

Podcast: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Engaging People Podcast · Ep. 148: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace In this episode, Matt Wride and Charles Rogel discuss one of DecisionWise’s core leadership competencies: Psychological Safety. They’ll dive into the academic research around psychological safety and explore how the concept has played out over time in the professional workplace. They’ll also share […]

Guide: DEI Discussion Starter Questions

GUIDE DEI Discussion Starter Questions Use this handout to help start conversations within your organization, understand where you are at with your DEI efforts, and identify what changes need to be made. DOWNLOAD NOW Infographic: How to Be a Diversity-Minded Leader We all know that diversity is an asset to any organization with a range […]

Want to Strengthen eNPS? Give Employees a Voice and a Future

In the American West, cattle ranches have long been identified by their livestock brands, the symbols seared into the hides of their animals. Ranch brands were primarily created to help identify lost or stolen animals, but over time they took on a larger meaning for the cowboys employed by the ranch. The phrase “ride for […]

Organization Development and Human Resources

What’s the Difference Between Human Resources and Organizational Development?

What’s the difference between Human Resources and Organizational Development? Being part of a consulting firm that focuses on people analytics and organization development, I am often asked to explain the precise differences between Organizational Development (OD) and Human Resources (HR). Both functions deal with people, right? So, many naturally assume they do the same thing. […]