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Breakfast for Champions: Effective and inclusive performance management

A recent Gallup study revealed that for the first time in a decade, employee engagement in the United States has dropped. Several factors have contributed to this decrease, including ineffective management, minimal training and development, and a lack of connection…

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Mental Health Awareness Month: Increasing access to mental health counseling through culturally responsive programs

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, we connected with Abe Vega, Bilingual Mental Health Counselor at Central City Concern’s Puentes program to discuss how culturally responsive mental health programs are working to address the disparities that exist in mental…

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The importance of finding and using your voice in the workplace

Finding our voice and fully expressing our needs can be challenging at work, where we may feel the need to suppress aspects of our identity to blend into workplace culture. The drawback to this strategy is that hiding parts of…

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Breakfast for Champions | Designing a Human Centered Onboarding Experience

April 4, 2023 – A few weeks ago, members joined Daesha Ramachandran and Steph Farnum from Tusk Consulting to explore the ins and outs of what makes an inclusive onboarding experience, and the pitfalls that often lead to unwanted experiences…

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Nadia Hasan

Our Women’s History Month spotlight series continues with Beaverton City Councilor, Nadia Hasan. A true advocate for working families and equal access to quality education, Nadia shared with us who inspired her journey into politics and the steps we need…

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