Posts Tagged Women
Shortly after joining ABC News as a senior consultant for "Good Morning America” in 2001, Claire Shipman learned she had been branded a “nonjumper.” And not in a good way.
“It’s just that everyone else at this company jumps and you don’t,” she recalls being told by one exasperated network executive. The fact that, unlike her colleagues, she was unwilling to put the demands of the network above all else made her “complicated,” she was warned.
Incremental progress in diversity and inclusion is no longer enough, according to Ted Childs, president & CEO of Ted Childs, LLP, who spoke during the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Diversity and Inclusion Global Thought Leaders’ Summit, held March 4-5, 2010, at the Gaylord National Harbor in the Washington, D.C., area. “We are looking for game-changing outcomes,” he said. “We want leapfrog progress,” he added.
Saundarya Rajesh discusses how women have influenced innovations in the workplace.
Ted Kennedy Jr. speaks about how the Americans with Disabilities Act has empowered those with disabilities for the past 20 years.