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Back in the days of yore when I started my consulting career, diversity issues dominated the agendas of military social action groups and the burgeoning human resource movement. People wanted inclusion, equitable pay, and fairness in hiring and promotion. New terms like “affirmative action” and “quotas” started to creep into the vernacular, and people reacted with varying degrees of confusion, delight, and angst.

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Chip R. Bell

What would an Easter egg hunt be like if the location of all the eggs were clearly marked with a red flag?  How would you like receiving a birthday present without any wrapping or colorful bow to open...just a Post-it note on the box with a handwritten: “Thought you’d like this dark blue tie?”

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Ron West, author of “Corporate Caterpillars: How to Grow Wings”

By the time most business leaders utter those immortal words “you’re fired” they are usually massively relieved. It is often said that no leader ever wishes they had waited before firing an employee. Most wish they had done it much sooner. But does it really have to be that way? Is there no alternative? Actually, there are five things that you can do to avoid firing an employee.

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