|Diversity and Inclusion|
Let's Talk Diversity & Inclusion
Our mission is for the IAMCP to reflect diversity & inclusion (D&I) and provide guidance to our members as they work to build and implement their D&I strategies.
For IAMCP, workplace diversity means understanding, accepting, and valuing differences between people, including those of different races, ethnicities, genders, ages, religions, disabilities, and sexual orientations. It also means accepting those with differences in education, personalities, skill sets, experiences, and knowledge bases.
Diversity quotas don’t equal inclusion. Inclusion is when we gather, listen to, and include as many perspectives as possible. Our workplaces should accommodate all human experiences and needs, so inclusion is intentional and driven from the top. The ultimate goal is to discover how to bring out the best in each other to make our teams stronger.
What a D&I strategy can mean for business?
Dyslexia is a gift that's helped me in business
The story of Carlene Jackson, who turned dyslexic challenges into an advantage, became an entrepreneur, and launched a successful tech organization.Read More
What came first: Diversity or Inclusion?
Frank Valdivieso, DC Chapter President for the IAMCP and chair of the IAMCP's Americas D&I Committee, has seen diversity and inclusion from two sides.Read More
The remarkable story of a man's recovery from a life-changing event, his return to his career, and the company who helped him get there.Read More
How a Canadian IAMCP member is using family values to foster D&I
It's no secret that embracing a D&I practice within the workplace makes a company stronger by exposing the team to different perspectives.Read More
Turning the popular phrase "More women in senior roles" into reality
With 2,000 employees worldwide, Columbus UK developed a number of initiatives that help women to increase their visibility and apply for senior positionsRead More
2020: A Time for Change
A D&I wake-up call for companies everywhere – a recap on recent global events and where we can go from here.Read More