Listen as CEO Cheryl Ingram provides a new perspective and some strategies to navigate the recent controversy surrounding athletes taking a knee during the national anthem.
If you've ever struggled with FORGIVENESS, frustration, or resentment PLEASE READ below AND SHARE. I know someone needs to read this today! My name is Cheryl Ingram and I am the CEO and Founder of a company called Diverse City LLC (http://diversecityllc.com). And this is my daily testimony. I recall the saying, that without a … Continue reading Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Spirituality: The Journey (Part 1)
A small group of people can’t be a strong agent of change. Collectively, we are more likely to approach change with a fierceness that resonates and shakes normalcy to the core. Recently, in my line of work a major change that has been occurring in the name of diversity and inclusion is the increasing number of … Continue reading The Do’s and the Don’ts: A Simple Guide for Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) or Employee Inclusion Groups (EIGs)
Diversity has become a side show in many companies, organizations, and even social media. It's almost like the newly used peer pressure statement, "everybody is doing it." The question is are they doing it right? People all over this nation are using this term as a "feel good" reference to perpetrate the pretending of making an effort … Continue reading Why Your Company’s Diversity Team and Initiatives are Ineffective.
Written by Cheryl Ingram PhD Fifteen years ago I sat in a conference and listened to this round table discussion full of scholars, business people, and a facilitator who addressed issues of diversity and inclusion. The conversational topics covered multiple components of diversity (race, sex, gender, etc) and overall how discrimination manifest in education and … Continue reading Facing Societal Fear: The Predestined Dialogue of Diversity and Inclusion.
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