Improving Diversity in Healthcare and Clinical Trials by The Kaleidoscope Group

Improving Diversity in Healthcare and Clinical Trials

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 […]

HR Transformation Become a Change Agent

HR As More Than Process Manager: 3 Ways Cultural Competence Will Transform You Into A Change Agent In Your Organization

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 […]

Gender diversity

We Talk About Gender Diversity, But What We Really Mean Is This

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.  

That's Not My Problem

That’s Not My Problem

Real People. Real Conversations. Real Issues. Real Change. That is the promise The Kaleidoscope Group makes and has made to each other, to our clients, and ultimately, to the world. I am scheduled to submit an article this week. And, to be real, I would consider myself an absolute fraud, a coward, if I were […]

With All Due Respect

With All Due Respect

Truth, justice, and the American way. The truth shall set you free. … the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth… From the deepest religious and philosophical explorations, to that childhood moment when your mom asks who wrote in crayon on the back of her bedroom door … Note to reader: If you’re going […]

Ray of Light

A Ray of Light

Soooo …. I made someone cry. Bringing someone to tears is not normally something I would post as a “ray of light”, so stay with me here for a moment, while I explain. I was in Baltimore at a training session, to be certified as an administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI). The IDI […]