Curl Up with a Good Book

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And then, take it to work. Each of these books is a good winter companion to a cup of hot chocolate. Each can also provoke good thought about the meaning of diversity at work. The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yoko Ogawa (2003, translated 2009) The housekeeper is a single mother who supports her only… Read more »

Empty Chair

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Panel presentations can be a cost-effective and engaging educational option for employees in many types of organizations.  Different panelists offer alternative views and approaches to timely topics.  Panel programs, especially when they include opportunities for questions from the audience, have the potential to hold attention, spark further discussion and inspire action. Like any other educational… Read more »