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Toronto is diverse but not as inclusive as it could be: Goar

“Having diversity is interesting,” said Zabeen Hirji, chief human resources officer for the Royal Bank non-commitally. “It’s when you do something with it that it becomes powerful.” Read Carol Goar’s opinion piece in Toronto Star here.

Source: Toronto Star

 

HBR Blog: Learning to Speak Up When You’re from a Culture of Deference

How does one cope while communicating outside one’s cultural comfort zone? How do you support employees from a culture of “deference?” Good piece by Andy Molinsky.

Source: HBR Blog Network

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Entrepreneurship Connections – 2013 RBC Immigrant Success Awards Winner

Entrepreneurship Connections, a partnership between ACCES Employment and thBusiness Development Bank of Canada (BDC), is an innovative program to help     immigrants launch their own business in the GTA.

 The program is funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

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Our June e-lert is out!

                                                      

Read about ten-year journey and our collaborative initiatives to make a difference in diversity and inclusion in workplaces. We also take this opportunity to thank RBC CEO Gordon Nixon for his leadership as Chair of TRIEC Council.

This issue features TRIEC Executive Director Margaret Eaton’s presentation where she made the case for leveraging immigration as a source of innovation at the Canadian Immigration Conference in Toronto, Canada, on May 15, 2014