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The 18th Annual Women Worth Watching® Award Nominations are now open!

Profiles in Diversity Journal invites you to participate in our 18th annual Women Worth Watching leadership issue recognizing dynamic professional women who are using their talents and influence to change our workplaces and our world.

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Profiles In Diversity Journal - Fall 2018 Issue

Innovations Awards Winners Announced!

Innovations in Diversity Awards

15th Annual Top Ten Diversity/Inclusion Innovation Winners Announced

CLEVELAND, OH – (October 19, 2018) Profiles in Diversity Journal is delighted to announce the winners of its 15th Annual Innovations in Diversity Awards competition, honoring corporations, organizations, and institutions that have developed innovative solutions in the area of workforce diversity, inclusion and human equity. The winners’ innovations and successes will be featured in Profiles in Diversity Journal’s fall 2018 issue, scheduled for publication November 25, 2018 in print and online at diversityjournal.com.

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2018 Women Worth Watching Leadership Award Winners

2018 Women Worth Watching Leadership Award Winners

Announcing the 2018 Women Worth Watching® Award Winners

Executives Leading the Way to Excellence in the Workplace, Marketplace and the World
Cleveland, OH June 4, 2018

Profiles in Diversity Journal today proudly announces the winners of the 17th Annual Women Worth Watching® Awards. In celebrating the 17th year anniversary, there have been 132 nominations selected as 2018 winners. Approximately 10% of this year’s winners are from beyond our borders: Canada, Germany, India, UK. These leaders join past winners, some of whom have gone on to become CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. While countless others have moved forward to lead new business units, drive new markets, launch new ventures, and help develop the next generation of women leaders.

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The HP Reinvent Mindsets Series

Hewlett Packard

HP launched the Reinvent Mindsets series to cultivate a future talent pool and bring public attention to unconscious bias in today’s hiring environment. HP is hiring and talent is our only criteria; the company wants to be the destination of choice for women and underrepresented groups seeking careers in technology.

 
Let's Get In Touch (Part 1)
  • Launched on April 26, 2017

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Dads and Daughters (Part 2)
  • Launched on June 12, 2017 (during Forbes Women’s Summit in NYC)

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Proud Portraits (Part 3)
  • Launched on November 15, 2017 (during Out in Tech’s mixer in San Francisco)

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Prysmian Group’s Side by Side Program

Prysmian Group Linking the Future

Through its Side by Side program, Prysmian Group has committed that by 2020, 40% of hired staff, 12% of executives and 10% of top managers will be women. You can see some of their current stats regarding their transparent workforce makeup here.

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Anka Wittenberg – SAP

CEO in Action Jan 12, 2018

Anka Wittenberg, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer and Head of People Sustainability for SAP SE Innovation: SAP Global Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Program Introduced: 2011 Program Leader: Anka Wittenberg, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer and Head of People Sustainability... Read more

Mental Health in the Workplace: It Matters

PDJ Jan 12, 2018

By Nadine Vogel Employers around the world continue to struggle with how to appropriately... Read more

You Can’t Fix a D&I Problem by Barking up the Tree of Bad Behavior

Inclusive Workplace Jan 11, 2018

by Stephen Young & Barbara Hockfield In visiting many companies, globally, it is striking... Read more

Are Female Leaders Confident Communicators?

PDJ Jan 11, 2018

By Inmaculada Reinoso I still remember my first speech in front of an audience... Read more

KPMG’s Lynne Doughtie: Standing United Behind Our Culture and Values

Inclusive Workplace Aug 17, 2017

KPMG U.S. Chairman and CEO, Lynne Doughtie's response to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia. Read more
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