Alejandra Bravo. Diversity Dividend September 2009. Poverty. Underemployment. Social distance. Diversity Disadvantage?. International Markets. Mixed Marriage. Patents. Trade and Tourism. Diversity Advantage. NATIONAL. Equality Rights. LOCAL. Participation. Interaction.
Diversity DividendSeptember 2009
New Faces in Governance
Political and Civic Leadership
Measuring What Matters
DiverseCity Counts is a three-year research project conducted by Ryerson’s Diversity Institute to study diversity in leadership in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
Catalyst Canada partnered with the Diversity Institute of Management & Technology Institute at Ryerson University to launch a multi-year study focused on the experiences and perceptions of visible minority executives / managers / professionals and their colleagues employed in large Canadian organizations. Over 17,000 individuals in 43 large publicly-traded and privately-held organizations and professional service firms responded. Five reports were released over a three year period, including “Critical Relationships,” “Workplace Fit and Stereotyping,” and “Diversity & Inclusion Practices.”