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Why There Has Never Been a Better Time for Neurodiversity

Be Inspired to "Think Differently"
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I am not a neutral party when it comes to neurodiversity.  I am a parent of an autistic teenager, and my work is also related to the topic. Neurodiversity is the different ways we as humans think, communicate and see the world. It’s the fact that variations in the human genome that include autism, ADHD, OCD, and dyslexia, among others, are simply variations of the brain. Neurodiversity also implies that these differences, while presenting certain challenges, also contain often untapped strengths for the individual, for businesses, and for society overall. 

Immanuel Uses Communications to Make a Global Impact

by Lauren Cole, Senior Digital Communications Specialist
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Immanuel Umoren has been a communicator all his life. Growing up in Nigeria, he starred in plays, performed in shows, and emceed events every chance he got. Communicating with people has been a common thread throughout his life -- he's always loved the stage. 

Fifth Third Bank Names Executive Vice President Kala Gibson Chief Enterprise Corporate Responsibility Officer & Head of Business Banking

Affirms Community & Economic Development Leaders
Press Release

CINCINNATI, December 2, 2020 /3BL Media/ — Fifth Third Bank, National Association today announced that Executive Vice President Kala Gibson has been named chief enterprise corporate responsibility officer & head of Business Banking. His role is expanding to include responsibility for Community and Economic Development.

Herbalife Nutrition Receives the Saigon Times 2020 CSR Award

Herbalife Nutrition Vietnam recognized by the Saigon Times
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Herbalife Nutrition Vietnam recently received the Saigon Times 2020 CSR Award for the 2nd consecutive year. The award was received in acknowledgement of the company’s significant contributions to the community, protecting the environment and safeguarding the interests of workers.

The Saigon Times CSR program was designed to engage and recognize both local and foreign companies who have made effective CSR contributions for the sustainable development and prosperity of the country.

Navigating Life as a New Military Spouse

As Veterans & Military Families Month comes to a close, a new T-Mobile employee shares her experience being married to the military, and how she found a support system inside the company.
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By Logan Mayo, T-Mobile Stories

Last year, I got married in a library three weeks after I got engaged. Before you think this was a choice to be eclectic and hip, let me explain.

My husband is an active-duty Special Operations soldier in the Army. Planning the big wedding we wanted around his shifting responsibilities of team training and permanent change of station (PCS) date was impossible. We tried again for this coming summer — hoped, really — but found out he would be deployed through the following fall.

Booz Allen Celebrates National Veterans and Military Families Month

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Booz Allen’s military connected community is as diverse as the nation it serves—from military spouses to third-generation service members, active reservists to retired veterans.

Some members have studied at West Point or the U.S. Naval Academy, others serve at home in the National Guard or Reserve, and some are stationed abroad. The past two Novembers, in honor of National Veterans and Military Families Month, they have all gathered with their Booz Allen colleagues for military appreciation breakfasts across the globe. 

How To Foster Professional Development And Community For Remote Teams

By Marie Hattar | Forbes Councils Member
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Marie Hattar is CMO at Keysight Technologies, responsible for brand and global marketing efforts.

The pandemic has completely transformed how teams work — from collaboration and communication to productivity and accountability. It’s also given company leaders the opportunity to rethink professional development for virtual teams.

In a Year of Profound Change, Over 1,100 C-Suite Leaders Convene to Accelerate Commitments to Diversity & Inclusion

Herbalife Nutrition’s CEO joins CEO Action to address systemic issues of inequity in society
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Herbalife Nutrition’s Chairman and CEO John Agwunobi along with with more than 1,000+ leaders joined the 4th annual CEO Action Closed-Door Session to discuss the bold commitments necessary to address systemic issues of inequity in society. Now more than ever, CEOs understand that they must also come together to use collective resources, experience and time to change systems that have contributed to societal injustices.

Listening and Learning, Walmart Reopens Chicago Supercenters with a Community

By Keith Wyche, Vice President, Community Engagement & Support
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There’s a difference between existing in a community, and being part of one. At the core of that difference is a question: How well do you listen?

Since a wave of civil unrest shook the nation in June, we’ve been listening intently to the citizens of Chicago. And we’re making changes we’re proud of, to reflect the nature of a community we want to do more than just exist in.

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