A slice of my Sabbatical experiences in Germany and Poland… With a huge “Thank you” to Jeanne Slattery and Melissa Downes (who edit Hand in Hand) and to all the students, colleagues, and friends we made there…
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Available through Amazon and many other bookstores!!! Thank you, Céleste Grimard for inviting me to this collaboration!! 🥳#incivility #traininganddevelopment #book #collaboration #tresidiomas #troislangues #threelanguages #antibullying
It's not every day that my work is "shortlisted"! Or every year for that matter! But yesterday, I received emails from several colleagues with content like this:
The Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business at the University of East London has announced the nominees for the 6th Annual Global Equality & Diversity (GED) Awards, the prestigious yearly celebration that recognises outstanding individuals and organisations developing and adopting new approaches to equality and diversity in business.
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Too bad this conference is taking place so far away from Clarion!! Just being in the shortlist makes me (and my fellow contributors to these books: Diversity Within Management: Country-Based Perspectives and Diversity in Organizations) feel like a winner!!!!
THE NOMINEES FOR THE 6TH ANNUAL GED AWARDS ARE AS FOLLOWS:The Noon Award
- SAP – Diversity in the Streets Programme
- Lexxic & Neurotalent Unlocked
- Dr Gregory Burke, AccessAble
- Nadine Vogel, Springboard Consulting
- Karen Daly-Gherabi, Springboard Consulting
- Marshall E-LearningInclusive Workplace Award
- Hachette UK Ethnicity Pay Gap 2019
- How to be an Inclusive Leader – Liliane Rocha, Gestão Kairós
- I Believe, I Belong, I Matter; Inclusive IBM
- Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD)
- ISSResearch Award
- Diversity within diversity management – Andri Georgiadou, Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Miguel R. Olivas-Lujan
- Diversity in Policing campaign – Essex Police
- Cultural factors contributing to the Gender Pay Gap and inequality in the NHS – ConfluxImpact Award
- BBC – The 50:50 Project
- Celebrating Difference by Shaun Dellenty
If you are attending the Academy of Management meeting in Boston this August, please join us for this interactive Professional Development Workshop (PDW)!
|Organizer: Andri Georgiadou, Equality Inclusion Diversity (EQUIDY) Center|
Organizer: Miguel R. Olivas-Lujan, Clarion U. of Pennsylvania
Distinguished Speaker: S Robert Hernandez, U. of Alabama, Birmingham
Distinguished Speaker: Kate Marie McCombs, Florida Atlantic U.
Distinguished Speaker: Regina F. Bento, U. of Baltimore
Discussant: Andrew Marcinko, Aston Business School
Discussant: Christine Nittrouer, U. of Houston-Downtown
Discussant: Christine Marie Manno, U. of Arkansas
Facilitator: Dorothea Roumpi, Pennsylvania State U.
Discussant: Eugene Agboifo Ohu, Lagos Business School Pan Atlantic U. Nigeria
Discussant: Franklin Oikelome, Eastern U.
Discussant: Hyacinthe Michael Schwartz, Organizational Behavior Case Western Reserve U.
Facilitator: Jennifer Griffith, U. of New Hampshire
Discussant: Lesley Clack, U. of Georgia
Discussant: Mami Taniguchi, Waseda U.
Discussant: Maureen Andrade, Utah Valley U.
Discussant: Muhammad Farrukh Moin, Tongji U.
Discussant: Rachael Goodwin, U. of Utah
Discussant: Rana Haq, Laurentian U.
Facilitator: Renée Smith-Maddox, U. of Southern California
Discussant: Samantha Dodson, U. of Utah, David Eccles School of Business
Discussant: Stacy Kratz, U. of Southern California
Facilitator: Stephanie L. Black, Texas A&M U., San Antonio
|This PDW aims to foster a discussion about how to promote an inclusive culture inside and outside the classroom. The starting point of this discussion is the exploration of inclusion in academia from a broad range of different disciplines, geographical, and theoretical perspectives with the common aim of approaching ways for combating inequality and fostering diversity and inclusion.|
|Please send an email to the organizers describing your interests and expertise (highly preferred, but not required for attendance).|