The Socio-Economic Impact of Supplier Diversity in the UK

  This is a guest post by my good friend and colleague, Mayank Shah.  Mayank is the founding director of Minority Supplier Development UK, a premier non-profit corporate membership organisation championing supplier diversity in private sector supply chain in the UK.  A…

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The thing speaks for itself !!!

I recently had the opportunity to present a keynote address at the 8th annual  National Black Pre-Law Conference , Legacy Builders Awards Dinner in Houston Texas.  I was honored to have had the opportunity to share a bit of my own personal…

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Game On! Five Tips for a Successful Conference

  This is a guest post by Gwendolyn F. Turner. Gwendolyn is a recognized leader in business development and corporate social responsibility.  Gwen helps organizations grow through strategic development, and to achieve their social missions.   Game On!  Five Tips for a…

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Supplier Diversity 101: What’s In It for Women?

  The benefits of Corporate Small Business Programs can be tremendous for Women Owned Businesses.  This is a guest post by  Gwendolyn F. Turner. Gwendolyn is a recognized leader in Supplier Diversity, and a strategy consultant & coach to Women-Owned-Businesses. …

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INNOVATION MATTERS JULY 2012 READING LIST

This month marks a return to “servant leadership” – defined on Wikipedia as “a philosophy and practice of leadership by Robert K. Greenleaf (1904–1990) and supported by many other leadership and management writers. Servant-leaders achieve results for their organizations by giving priority…

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Tips for Connecting after a Conference

  This is a guest post by my good friend, Julia Hubbel.  Julia is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, international professional speaker, seminar leader and prize-winning journalist specializing in the art of communications and supplier diversity. This post originally ran on…

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Twylah – My latest Social Media Discovery !

Are you familiar with Twylah ?  If you are not, you definitely should be. I set up my Twylah page recently, and I have quickly learned that Twylah is a great platform for driving deeper engagement with my Twitter followers.  

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