This blog is the second in a series on the very important topic of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Beyond being the right thing to do there is sound research that demonstrates how diversity is fundamental to the success of organizations. Jordan Kennedy provides guidance on how to keep diversity at the forefront of your talent strategy.
Seth MohsAs TalentQuest’s Director of Digital Marketing, Seth does more than post blogs and run our social accounts. With more than 20 years of digital marketing experience, he’s obsessed with innovating new ways of connecting with our audience that’s absurdly effective. Seth has a diverse background in business, product management, technology and marketing operations. talentquest.com
Jordan KennedyJordan Kennedy is a Senior Account Executive at TalentQuest. He graduated from Western Michigan University with a degree in Aviation Business Administration. Jordan has spent the last five years in the automotive and IT industries with a focus on sales training, employee recognition, talent management, and learning management solutions.
Coming back to work is an adjustment for their people just like being asked to work remotely was.
Marsha Schrage, Ph.D., SHRM-SCPDr. Schrage is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and an Executive Consultant at TalentQuest. Having served the bulk of her career inside the business in talent leadership roles, Dr. Schrage’s experience leading organizational development, talent management, and learning teams spans big technology, global restaurants, financial services, and the non-profit sector. Since joining TalentQuest in…
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