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.
For many, a new year signals new habits—an opportunity to refocus on personal goals with the intent to create a lasting impact.
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.
While we all know giving feedback to someone else can be a challenge, many of us could also use some guidance on how to receive it, too. We’ve boiled it down to three key things.
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.
When we left off, Erin had shared about the strategic focus on developing top talent in South Carolina’s life sciences industry and attracting companies in the field to put down roots in our state.
Recently, we were delighted to connect with Erin Ford, Interim CEO of SCBIO, a not-for-profit life sciences industry association dedicated to actively promote, build, support, expand, and convene South Carolina’s life sciences industry.
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.
We’re wrapping up our Why We Value Culture series with the final building block of a strong culture: people who believe in, own, and live the company’s values.