Millennials: Inspirational Leadership & Experience Hopping

Millennials in Charge Gen Yers will soon be the dominant age group in the workplace. This will have profound implications for all companies, especially the nation’s largest employers. Inspirational Leadership & Experience Hopping Dell’s research shows: “That employees who participate in ERGs have a much better attitude and belief about their ability to be successful…

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Large Employers Embracing LGBT Workers by Promoting ERGs Geared Toward Them

With new research finding large employers embracing their LGBT workers like never before, experts say HR leaders can play a crucial role in demonstrating support for these employees by promoting employee-resource groups geared toward them. “The Washington-based Human Rights Campaign’s 2015 Corporate Equality Index, which benchmarks corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and…

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ERGs, Executive Transition & Succession Planning Engagements (Michael Negrón)

NEGRON Consulting was recently retained to several Executive Transition projects for organizations in Connecticut and Massachusetts, summarized as follows: Two (2) Affiliates of a National Nonprofit Historic Preservation Major Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (2 major hospitals and 1 university) For all of these projects, a member of NEGRON Consulting will facilitate a 3-phase executive transition process:…

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News & Events: What’s Happening

Here at NEGRON Consulting we always have a lot going on! We are a collaborative of consultants, and at any given time, we are involved with dozens of tasks. ALL of which are supportive of dedicated, diverse, and mission-driven leaders and organizations in their quest to improve the lives of their clients, members, and employees!…

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What We Are Reading: “DiversityInc: The Difference Between Mentoring, Coaching, and Sponsorship”

We’ve often discussed mentoring in the past and the differences between coaching and mentoring as well, but DiversityInc Magazine took an additional approach.  They analyzed some of the basic differences between mentoring, coaching, and sponsorship. Depending on your organization’s available opportunities for development and growth, any one of these may be the right approach for…

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