Tag Archives: Diversity

Surprise: Republican Women and Women’s Rights, 1872, 1920 and 2012

It took strong women from both the Democratic and Republican Parties, as well as from suffrage organizations  like the National Woman’s Party and the National American Woman Suffrage Association, to secure the right to vote for women in 1920. With … Continue reading

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What’s the Opposite of Diversity?

Thanks, @Ancalime for your input – tedium! Other words that come to mind: stagnation, boring, monochromatic, homogeneous. Others?

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Teamwork Issues: Invisibility Syndrome

It may be a behavior that’s been reinforced by survival of the fittest – when staff members acknowledge only those at their organizational level and above. They may only “see” others that they believe capable of advancing their interests, or … Continue reading

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