Arguably, both the federal government and the business community reflect more diversity in their respective ranks than ever before. Does that mean – as was said in some corners when President Obama was elected in 2008 – that we’ve entered a “post-racial” era? Or, when it comes to ethnic and other types of diversity representation, are we still a work in progress?
Companies that want to succeed in an increasingly competitive corporate climate must attract the best and brightest candidates, but simply getting them on board isn’t enough. Putting in place a plan that improves those in leadership roles, and gives all employees a chance to succeed when called upon to take the reins is a necessary reality that, according to some reports, is being ignored.
It's not every day we receive advice in our business from a U.S. President, past or present, living or dead. Theodore Roosevelt (popularly referred to by historians as "TR") is thought of as a superb manager as president and in other chapters of his career: politics, events, departments, and especially people. So reports OmegaHRSolutions.