As experts on culture, we understand the importance of building community. Having a shared space to connect on experiences and topics can bring many positive outcomes into people’s lives.
We want to share a few tips on fostering more inclusivity in your organization for your LGBTQ+ employees, by taking a critical look at some common workplace practices.
Here are a few key takeaways from Brandon, Jaime, Michael, and Kelseigh.
This Black History Month, we decided to start here in Greenville, South Carolina and learn about the historically Black community right down the street from our Think Up office, Nicholtown.
The Think Up team is proud to announce that our Notion Navigator, Jaime Snelgrove, recently earned a Leading Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion certification from Northwestern University.
Black History Month honors those who struggle(d) through adversity in order to realize change in their local communities and beyond. It is an opportunity to recognize the dynamic contributions of Black Americans to the beautiful and diverse fabric of our civilization.
Welcome back to another October is Global Diversity Month—a time set aside to learn, recognize, and celebrate the diversity dimensions and identities in ourselves and others.
Both visible and invisible disabilities affect the way people approach their work. In honor of National Disability Independence Day, we’ve curated a few practical tips that have helped our team become more effective partners at work.
We sat down with Rodney Tow, Services Operations Manager, Michelin Fleet Solutions, who has played a pivotal role in the formation & growth of the group, to hear about his experience and advice to other companies considering establishing LGBT-focused BRGs.
Recently, three of our Thinkers, Colleen LaHaise, Jaime Snelgrove, and Kristyn Dees, completed the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace certification through the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business.