Category Archives: guest blog

Career Mapping – An Innovative Solution to Engaging Diverse Employees

This is a guest piece written in partnership with my colleague and friend, Stan C. Kimer*, the creator of Career Mapping! Over the past several years, discussions on employee engagement and retention have been increasing among organizational leaders.  More and more, they’re asking: “Why is our employee engagement at an all-time low?  Why do our…

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How Whites can talk about race…and why we need to: An intergenerational duo of White Women Reacts, Reflects and Acts (part III)

By Susana Rinderle and Melissa Hahn (learn more about my smart, talented, passionate co-author on her website and LinkedIn) This third installment in a four-part series contains our year-long reactions, reflections, and our call to action following the July 13, 2013 “not guilty” trial verdict for George Zimmerman, accused of killing Trayvon Martin in early…

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How Whites can talk about race…and why we need to: An intergenerational duo of White Women Reacts, Reflects and Acts (part II)

By Susana Rinderle and Melissa Hahn (learn more about my smart, talented, passionate co-author on her website and LinkedIn) This second installment in a four-part series contains our year-long reactions, reflections, and our call to action following the July 13, 2013 “not guilty” trial verdict for George Zimmerman, accused of killing Trayvon Martin in early…

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How Whites can talk about race…and why we need to: An intergenerational duo of White Women Reacts, Reflects and Acts (part I)

By Susana Rinderle and Melissa Hahn (learn more about my smart, talented, passionate co-author on her website and LinkedIn) he Trayvon Martin incident in early 2012, the trial of his accused killer George Zimmerman in 2013, and the uproar following the “not guilty” verdict in July had a profound impact on both of us, but…

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Tips for Good White People*: Strategies for Improving Cross Cultural Communication (guest blog!)

[This week’s post is a guest appearance by my colleague Tama Seavey, Independent Consultant, who I met through my LinkedIn group, Diversity & Inclusiveness Hotline. Tama made some very insightful, compassionate comments there, so I invited her to share her voice on my blog. Enjoy, and please comment! ~Susana] Cross-cultural communication can be challenging. There…

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