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  • Be the CEO of your own career
    In celebration of Women’s History Month, we sat down with Maritza Montiel, deputy CEO and vice chairman, Deloitte LLP, to hear about her career journey. Maritza, who is retiring at the end of this fiscal year, has developed key insights on the topic of leadership from her 40 years of working at Deloitte.
  • Harvard Business Review: Fear of being different stifles talent
    At work, many executives feel pressured to conform to the mainstream and to hide any signs of belonging to a minority group. A new study indicates that dynamic undermines employees' self-confidence and engagement and adversely affects diversity in organizations.
  • Diversity’s new frontier: Diversity of thought and the future of the workforce
    It’s time to rethink diversity. Advances in neurological research that are untangling how each of us thinks and solves problems can help organizations eventually change how they harness human capital.
  • Inclusion: The numbers support your gut
    Inclusion is not only the right thing to do from a human perspective: It’s the right thing to do from a business perspective. What’s inclusion worth to you?
  • Upcoming webcast: Uncovering Talent
    Corporate America has made great strides toward inclusion, yet clearly programs and initiatives alone aren't enough. How can talent, inclusion and diversity leaders change the game to get closer to their goals? Sign up for the January 22 webcast to find out.
  • Deloitte launches the Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion
    Enabling employees to bring their “authentic self” to work is critical in today’s business environment.
  • Deloitte boosts its inclusion leadership with four new appointments
    Organization expands definition of inclusion to incorporate gender, diversity, generations, flexibility and well-being.
  • Empower. Invest. Accelerate. Inclusive leadership as the missing link for advancing women
    Something is clearly missing from strategies to better empower and advance women to top-level positions in the private and public sectors. But what is it?
  • The business case for diversity and inclusion
    In a marketplace where customers, suppliers and employees can span the globe, the importance of diversity and inclusion cannot be understated.
  • Create your own path
    It's not only ok to be different; we encourage it. Deloitte Consulting CEO Jim Moffatt and Consulting Principal Deepa Purushothaman talk about the importance of deciding what type of leader you are and then investing in yourself and others to create your own unique path.
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