This blog is based on the original journal article in the Public Relations Journal. There is a saying that asserts this: “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” The message here is that you cannot really know whether you are successful in your efforts – whatever they may be – unless success is defined, tracked, and measured. The … Continue reading A Data – Driven Approach to Improving Diversity & Inclusion : Examining PRSA’s Efforts to Measure Perception
This blog is provided by the IPR Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion “I think sometimes there’s a frustration for women of color… because you feel you are not seen, you are not heard, you can’t speak into issues. You are always just informed of decisions and things that are made without any real thought … Continue reading Building a Culture of Inclusion: Women of Color and Diversity Management in Public Relations
I am writing this during a week marked by two starkly contrasting moments: a night of shocking violence against Asian Americans in Atlanta and the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (March 21). Once again, we are painfully reminded that we all must band together and stand against any form of hate, discrimination … Continue reading What It Truly Means to Create a Culture of Belonging
Topic: Leadership Communication Authors, Title and Publication Aritz, J., & Walker, R. C. (2014). Leadership styles in multicultural groups: Americans and East Asians working together. Journal of Business Communication, 51(1), 72-92. Summary The global economy has created new realities for businesses, and the need for understanding differing communication practices and cultural values is greater than ever, particularly with … Continue reading Leadership styles in multicultural groups: Americans and East Asians working together.