12 Character Traits Exceptional Entrepreneurial Leaders Have In Common

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Entrepreneurs with excellent leadership skills are even more successful than those without the ability to lead. They excel in their field because they have earned the love and trust of the people around them. Do you ever wonder what makes entrepreneurial leaders different? What characteristics do they … Read more

Don’t Have Your Family’s Support? Fight on Like Pamala Buzick Kim

Pamala Buzick Kim, currently the executive director of Free the Work, was surrounded by diversity growing up in Los Angeles in the 1980s and ’90s. A “white-passing” Korean American, she recalls being in the minority at the school. That era directly followed the school desegregation and busing of the 1970s, and was itself defined, in … Read more

You Can’t Truly Tackle Diversity If Your Company Doesn’t Think About This Group of People

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Recently, there has been a momentous push for diversity and inclusion in the workplace. These efforts are now significantly at the forefront of businesses, corporations and organizations. A brief time ago, this wasn’t the case. The pandemic exposed vast disparities in, fairness and equality among several communities … Read more

Bullying Doesn’t Just Happen in Schools. Here’s How to Turn a Workplace Culture of Bullying to a Culture of Innovation

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Bullying. Inclusion. Exclusivity. Diversity. Innovation. I just wrote that out, and it occurred to me how much these words seem to go against one another. They don’t even seem like they are from the same vocabulary, let alone from the same subject. But they are. And as … Read more

Why Diversity Is Important as You Scale Your Business

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The workforce is now employee driven, not employer driven. With 41% of employees globally saying that they are thinking about leaving their current jobs, more people are self-selecting out of the workforce all together. The No. 1 reason is due to toxic workplace cultures with the lack … Read more

Here’s What Your Diversity Training Might Be Missing

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. With voluntary employee turnover costing US companies $1 trillion a year, diversity and inclusion is an area that businesses can’t afford to overlook. Furthermore, numerous studies have now shown how the lack of a diverse and inclusive culture has led to high turnover, less innovation and organizational … Read more

What Will the Corporate Board Look Like in the Next 5 Years?

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Corporate boards evolve slowly. According to Corporate Board Practices in the Russell 3000 and S&P 500, the average tenure among US public companies for seated directors is 9.7 years in the larger companies of the S&P 500 index, and only slightly lower (9.5 years) among the Russell … Read more

Inclusion and Accessibility in the Digital Space

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Inclusive design is one of those things that you know when you see, or sense when you don’t. Perhaps it’s more apparent in environmental or industrial design because of the tangibility of those disciplines, which is more about universal design. But in thinking about inclusivity and accessibility … Read more

4 Ways to Strengthen Recruitment, Retention and Engagement in the Wake of the Great Resignation

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. According to a Pew Research Center study, low pay, lack of advancement and disrespect in the workplace are key factors in the Great Resignation, and more than 60% of those who’ve left their jobs have gone on to find a new one with relative ease. In this … Read more