Career Change Advice from One of America's Most Successful Women
Liz Elting is one of Forbes' “Richest Self-Made Women”—and an experienced career changer. Here, she offers tips for other professionals looking to make a change.
How Can Employers Create Safe Spaces for Women & People of Color? [Interview]
We spoke to an executive coach about how employers can create safe spaces and cultures of true workplace inclusion for women and BIPOC.
Does Diversity Training Work? Clockwise's CEO on the Challenges of Fighting Unconscious Bias
Does diversity training foster a more inclusive workplace culture? We spoke with Clockwise CEO Matt Martin to learn how companies can fight unconscious bias.
The State of Gender Equality on Wall Street in 4 Charts
On Women's Equality Day, we took a look at the differences between how male and female bankers rated their firms in our Banking Survey over the past decade.
3 Ways to Encourage Your Company to Hire More People of Color
If you work for a company that hasn't historically made diversity a priority, here's how to encourage them to do better.
How Black and White Professionals Reckon with Racism in the Workplace [Interview]
Kristin Harper, CEO of Driven to Succeed, spoke with us about a focus group on racial inequality in the workplace she held with Black and White professionals.
The Latest Law Firm Diversity Survey Results Are In!
More than 230 law firms took part in the 2020 Vault/MCCA Law Firm Diversity Survey, and the responses are now available. Click to learn more about the latest survey and to access the Vault/MCCA Diversity Database.
3 Ways Your Company’s Policies Are Hurting Diversity and Inclusion Efforts
If your company is ready to rethink its corporate culture for racism and diversity pitfalls, here are three areas to reexamine ASAP.
4 Career Lessons from Professional Poker Player Maria Konnikova
There's a lot to learn from "The Biggest Bluff," a new book by best-selling author Maria Konnikova. Here are four lessons from the world of professional poker.