Regretfully, there won’t be an article on D&I from The Kaleidoscope Group this month. I was contacted by Mary Hunter, our Senior Vice President of Business Development – She’s a woman, which is totally fine with me because I treat everybody the same. Obviously, I’m not a sexist – and she thought an article that […]
When in the course of organizational events, it becomes necessary for all people to fortify the individual, organizational, and societal bands which connect them with others and to assume their position as industry leaders and employers of choice, The Kaleidoscope Group must step forward to articulate the challenges that impel those organizations to, and the […]
African American/Black men are twice as likely to die from prostate cancer as White men, yet they make up less than 5% of participants in the prostate cancer clinical trial.* If there’s one thing that should make sense to anyone in the healthcare industry, it is the power of preventative care. While that idea makes […]
“Businesses want to stay out of the red.” That’s not exactly the most controversial statement ever made. The reality, though, is that some businesses are in the red, losing money… losing market share… losing. On an ever more competitive business landscape, teams and organizations that want to move from the red to winning ways have […]
Old school. New school. No school rules. Doug E. Fresh “Keep Rising To The Top” Recently, I was waiting for my soon-to-be 12 year old daughter to finish her dance class. She’s been dancing since she was three and so I catch myself, from time to time, watching the younger dancers scurry around the […]
Yes, spineless. Lacking in courage and resolve? Unable to stand under its own weight? In a word… spineless. In a spineless organization, culture is left to chance and the results are as disastrous as they would be if the same were done with sales, R&D, marketing, manufacturing, accounting or any other critical organizational function. Spineless […]
If there is one frustration that we at The Kaleidoscope Group hear from HR executives it is that they are in constant reaction mode. “We need a [fill in the job] asap.” “We’re running into trouble with supplier diversity.” “I need to report an incident.” HR regularly confronts issues of diversity and inclusion and […]
It could be the best of times. It could be the worst of times. While Dickens may not be referenced often in our offices and boardrooms, this twist on his famous words provides a perfect description for the crossroads our companies face every day. Every decision we make, (And, in this context, not making a […]
As I write this, I am looking at a palm tree in my backyard. The temperature in Los Angeles, where I live, is 59 degrees. For a December day in L.A., that’s normal. If I need to go out, I’ll throw on a light jacket. That’s how we’ve always done things in December, around […]
Thought diversity is a vital element of long-term corporate value—uniformity in strategy and leadership directly counters innovation. Varied perspectives at the leadership level provide greater options with broader implication and heightened adaptability in an evolving marketplace. Click here to see what Doug Harris, CEO of Kaleidoscope Group had to say in Forbes Magazine.
Connect With Us
The Kaleidoscope Group
416 W. Ontario Street, C-2
Chicago, IL 60654
Are you attending this year's Forum on Workplace Inclusion, from April 10-12th? If so, we encourage you to meet with our VP of Talent Aquisition, Isaias Zamarripa. He will be offering coaching sessions on April 9th and 10th, while at the Forum and will be located in the Diversity & Inclusion Coaching Center.
Join Our Newsletter!
It’s become increasingly apparent that any type of media companies... Read more →