SANFORD, Fla., Nov. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The role of chief diversity officer has come a long way. Tomorrow is uncertain, but today's diversity executives have some ideas about where the profession may be heading.
Linda Stokes, President and CEO of PRISM International, Inc., and Michael Wheeler, Chief Diversity Officer for media services company Omnicom Media Group, co-authored a new article about the changing nature of the goals and objectives of the Chief Diversity Officer. The new article highlights current trends and changes in the CDO role. The article features insights and input from multiple business leaders from top companies, including: CVS Caremark, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hormel Foods Corp, and more.
To download the article please visit http://www.prismdiversity.com/downloads/The CDO of the Future.pdf
About PRISM International, Inc.
PRISM is a WBENC-certified, full-service provider of innovative and proven consulting, training and products for leveraging diversity and inclusion, increasing cross-cultural competencies and preventing harassing and discriminatory behaviors. PRISM's performance solutions have assisted over 180 organizations in 24 countries in creating a proven systemic process and best-in-practice tactics for leveraging opportunities in their workforce, workplace and marketplace. Learn more by visiting PRISM or by calling 1.888.997.7476
About Diversity Executive Magazine
Diversity and inclusion are no longer just good for business, they are business. Diversity Executive magazine provides strategies to create a more diverse and inclusive business culture and help leaders leverage diversity for maximum organizational gain, moving the needle beyond awareness into action.
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SOURCE PRISM International, Inc.