Navigating a Diverse Workforce

by Amy Whyte | Apr 09, 2015   ()

In his experience working at the helm of several major companies, Ted Bagley has come to  realize that the word “diversity” tends to make people uncomfortable.

But diversity, he says, is not “black, yellow, brown or white. It’s more about inclusion and valuing what each person brings to the table.”

Now serving as vice president of human resources operations for Amgen Biotechnical Corp., Bagley is the author of several published works. In his latest, “The Success Factor: Navigating the Treacherous Waters of Corporate America,” Bagley discusses the characteristics employees need to survive and prosper in a competitive and increasingly diverse workforce.


Source: Diversity Executive

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