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Is your organization wondering where to start with DEI? Learn 5 ways to infuse your leadership and culture with greater diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Statistics show that 2/3 of women in STEM roles quit within 15 years. Why, and what can individuals and companies do to advance and support women in tech?
Women are more likely to be branded as “bossy” in the workplace and receive harsher negative consequences for it. Get our 4 recommendations to ban the “bossy” stereotypes.
Mercy Health and CCL partnered to create the Mercy Health Leadership Academy, a 14-month-long learning and development experience.
More women than ever are moving into management roles, but there still aren’t very many women in the C-suite. Why, and what can be done?
Learn how CCL partnered with a leading pharma company to develop an EDI initiative to prepare high-potential leaders of color for senior positions.
Organizations are prioritizing inclusion in their diversity efforts, but it must be executed well to achieve intended goals. Learn common pitfalls to avoid and steps you can take to get it right.
We partnered with MANA San Diego to help Latinas advance in their careers. Read this case study to learn how our Latina Success Leadership Program (LSLP) inspired Latinas to become leaders.
Learn strategies to tackle diversity and inclusion challenges and avoid the most common mistakes in your organization’s DEI efforts.
Leading a multicultural team can be challenging. Managers must have a high level of cultural intelligence to create a productive and respectful environment.
Organizations striving for gender equity in the workplace need to challenge assumptions in order to cultivate an organizational culture capable of harnessing the power of all genders.
Join us at CCL in our EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion) journey, bringing about fundamental leadership shifts in the systems that have failed a significant portion of our populations.
Among hundreds of international applicants, 2 EDI-focused leadership programs developed for CCL clients have received awards from the research and analyst firm Brandon Hall Group’s annual Excellence Awards.
CCL and the Kellogg Foundation announce the next class of a model program for developing local leaders who can unite people to create transformational change toward a more equitable society for all.
Being respectful is critical for leaders, especially in conflict situations. Learn these 3 key indicators of respect, and discover ways to cultivate respect in your organization.
What is social identity, and how does it relate to effective leadership? Learn about this important but overlooked aspect of diversity awareness, and how to use your understanding of it to elevate equity.