According to Mental Health America and The Faas Foundation, only 19% of Americans are happy in the workplace. In addition to feeling unappreciated and voiceless, they find it difficult to navigate challenging situations and carve a path toward advancement. This is particularly true for women, while race and culture also play a role.

    The following percentages of workers in the United States do not feel that their workplace is a conducive environment for conversations about race and culture:

    – 38% of Black workers
    – 36% of Asian workers
    – 28% of Latino workers
    – 28% of White workers

    Worker dissatisfaction is a global issue. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) finds that in the UK alone, Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic Group workers are significantly more likely than their White British counterparts to say they need to change aspects of their behavior to fit in. This is especially true for those of Indian, Pakistani, or Bangladeshi backgrounds.

    Glenn Diversity Inclusion & HR Solutions provides coaching, consulting, and content for individuals to help you find your footing on your career path and bring your best self to the workplace and beyond!

    We also work with companies that are invested in providing services for employee individuals or groups in order to ensure they have the healthy mindsets needed to improve engagement and retention.
    The reality of the “business case” is that disengaged employees cost companies $480-$600 billion per year in lost productivity in the U.S. alone.

    (Source: Gallup)

    TOPICS OF EXPERTISE
    1. Understanding Your Own Biases
    2. Mastering Imposter Syndrome
    3. Getting Your Voice Heard – Speaking Truth to Power
    4. What Women Need to Know About Negotiating
    5. Closing Your Confidence Gap at Work
    6. Navigating Challenging Co-Workers
    7. Differentiating Between a Ceiling and a Wall
    8. Managing Microaggressions
    9. Managing Racial, Cultural & Orientation Isolation at Work
    10. Identifying Mentors & Sponsors
    GEMS
    1. Authenticity
    2. Self-Awareness
    3. Boldness
    4. Responsibility
    5. Faith
    6. Empathy
    7. Flexibility
    8. Integrity
    9. Resilience
    10. Trust

    Jackie’s Gems, 10 virtues that lead to success

    1. Authenticity
    2. Self-Awareness
    3. Boldness
    4. Responsibility
    5. Faith
    6. Empathy
    7. Flexibility
    8. Integrity
    9. Resilience
    10. Trust

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