race


Interview

What 'racial reckoning' looks like for organizations

Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker on the essential work of inclusion to be doing now.

What 'racial reckoning' looks like for organizations

Book Briefing

'Did That Just Happen?!' by Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker and Dr. Lauren Wadsworth: How to get inclusion right

A new book by two clinical psychologists excels in providing constructive, tactical ways of creating workplace cultures that are more inclusive.

'Did That Just Happen?!' by Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker and Dr. Lauren Wadsworth: How to get inclusion right

Interview

What Naomi Osaka's frank talk can teach us about mental health, race, and the workplace

Dr. Kali Cyrus, a psychiatrist and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, on how recognition, flexibility, and individual trust can help address mental health and racial issues in the workplace.

What Naomi Osaka's frank talk can teach us about mental health, race, and the workplace

Tackling remote harassment, unmasking at work, Covid dreams

What's behind the counterintuitive rise in harassment while workers are remote, and a look at what the CDC's new mask guidance means for businesses.

Tackling remote harassment, unmasking at work, Covid dreams

Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

Anticipating a vacation crush this summer, a look at race and the return to workplace, and other updates to help you manage yourself, your team, and your organization.

Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

Interview

Chad Sanders on where businesses are failing Black workers

The author of "Black Magic" says there needs to be a "redistribution of ownership and leadership across the tops of these companies."

Chad Sanders on where businesses are failing Black workers

Book Briefing

How to have candid conversation about race at work

A new book by Harvard social psychologist Robert Livingston aims to show people “how to turn difficult conversations about race into productive instances of real change.”

How to have candid conversation about race at work

Reset: Black History Month in businesses, why the best ideas come last, in praise of Covid-sniffing dogs

How businesses should celebrate Black History Month, especially given recent changes to the conversation about race in the workplace. Also, Rosalind Brewer was named to be CEO of an S&P 500 company.

Reset: Black History Month in businesses, why the best ideas come last, in praise of Covid-sniffing dogs

Middle managers and CEOs are key to pursuing racial equity at work

Lata Reddy is a former civil rights attorney who oversees DEI, philanthropy, and impact investing at Prudential.

Middle managers and CEOs are key to pursuing racial equity at work

Reset: ‘You're not going to charity your way out of this,’ exit interviews, airfare discounts

Is the momentum for racial equity that built over 2020 now in danger of flagging? Michael McAfee, president and CEO of PolicyLink, addresses the concerns.