ROI of Diversity & Inclusion | HRDQ-U

Measuring the Success of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programs

Think about the investment your organization makes in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion activities. Survey data indicate that high-performing organizations are four times more likely to provide conscious/unconscious bias education programs to senior leaders than low-performance organizations. However, research studies show

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AI is Playing a New Game | HRDQ-U Blog

Artificial Intelligence is Playing a New Game

The impact of the coronavirus, Covid-19, on our world during this year of 2020 has been unimaginable and it is still transforming our social, economic, and business lives into entirely new formats.  Without running through all its phases, this blog

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AI Spins into its Metaphase | HRDQ-U

AI Spins into its Metaphase

This guest post was written by Judith Cardenas, PhD, RCC, and Bernard Rochon, DMin, RCC. When we want to reflect beyond any level of reality, we move into its metaphase as in meta-physical or meta-cognition.  With either example, when we

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HRDQ-U Blog | Behavior is a Challenge

Behavior is a Personal Challenge for Each of Us

This guest post was written by Dr. Judith Cardenas of Strategies by Design Group. In Patrick Healy’s [1] article for Harvard Business School Online, “The Fundamental Attribution Error: What it is and How to Avoid it,” writes, “The most important

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HRDQ-U Blog | Calculating ROI

Calculating ROI Should Not Be Overwhelming

By Jack J. Phillips, Ph.D., Chairman, ROI Institute Undoubtedly, economic uncertainty causes executives to question the value of their organization’s projects and programs even more. Often, this request includes the ROI. If executives perceive a particular program or project as

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HRDQ-U Blog | Managing Up

Managing Up Starts with Managing You

By Sally Foley-Lewis Being seen and known as reputable, credible and knowledgeable takes action to amplify visibility, voice and value. In 2012 my business seemed to be like a rollercoaster, and when I spent some time working out why, I

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HRDQ-U Blog | Five Tips for Virtual Engagement

5 Tips for Keeping Virtual Learners Engaged

By Keith Keating Teachers affect eternity, no one can tell where their influence stops. Henry Adams In early 2020, much of the world shifted from in-person to virtual overnight, some struggled more than others. A silent agreement seemed to exist

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HRDQU Webinars | Optimistic Leadership in the Age of Uncertainty

Optimistic Leadership in the Age of Uncertainty

By Devin C. Hughes People thrive on positive reinforcement — nothing feels better than receiving a compliment for a job well done. What about those little day-to-day tasks that keep things flowing smoothly, though? Those are often forgotten in the

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Want to Beat the Competition? Aim for the Heart.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Lenn Millbower, The Mouse Man™ Walt Disney was not your typical CEO. He didn’t attend business school; didn’t have an MBA, and had no use for highfalutin management theories. He certainly didn’t know anything about the now-common practice of

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