Toolkit

Do you have the right tools to create or reinvigorate a diversity initiative that's effective? Who is (or should be) responsible for its success and how do you measure that success? This section offers proven approaches to meeting these common challenges - in both business and academic settings - shared by those who've already experienced success. There's also a new business case for diversity that s

The Scientist Staff
Nov 1, 2006



Do you have the right tools to create or reinvigorate a diversity initiative that's effective? Who is (or should be) responsible for its success and how do you measure that success?

This section offers proven approaches to meeting these common challenges - in both business and academic settings - shared by those who've already experienced success. There's also a new business case for diversity that says even though you may have a staff that represents a "rainbow" of backgrounds and skills, knowing how to manage them can make all the difference. Learn about different methods of mentoring and ways to avoid common pitfalls, misconceptions, and obstructive stereotypes that can sabotage your best diversity efforts.

We close with a resource page you'll be able to reference throughout the year, including an event calendar; organizations that may be of help to your diversity program and their contact information; a sampling of fellowships,...

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