There is no one-size-fits-all DEI solution and your next steps will depend on the circumstances at your individual credit union...
Quinetta Roberson, Ph.D., is John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor of Management and Psychology at Michigan State University. Having earned a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the University of Maryland, Dr. Roberson has over 20 years of experience teaching courses and workshops globally on leadership, talent management and diversity. She has been a visiting professor on every continent (except Antarctica, although there's still time), published over 40 articles and book chapters, and edited a Handbook of Diversity in the Workplace published by Oxford Press in 2013. Her research focuses on building organizational capability and enhancing effectiveness through the strategic management of people, particularly diverse work teams. In her spare time, she delivers workshops, seminars and presentations, and provides professional advice to leaders across various industries and sectors. Her research and work with organizations is informed by her background in finance, having worked as a financial analyst and small business development consultant prior to obtaining her doctorate.
The Latest from Quinetta
Webinar: Value of DEI: New Research and Survey Launch
Review the webinar materials from Value of DEI: New Research and Survey Launch, hosted on March 18, 2021.
What's in Your DEI Recovery Playbook?
We have weathered our way through 2020 and are presented with signs that a return to the workplace may be on the horizon, leaders have begun thinking about recovery strategies for their credit unions.
Evidence-based Practices for Addressing Inequality in Credit Unions
Workplace inequality continues to vex organizations, including credit unions. What does research say about the most commonly applied diversity strategies...