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Welcome to the Education Resources section of ErgCouncil.com. Here you will find a variety of tools designed to help grow your skills and increase your diversity competence.

Education resources and tools in this learning center allow you the flexibility to work on programs and learn at your own pace and are designed to give individuals the insight and the tools to build their own and others’ inclusiveness. These programs are crafted to appeal to all learning styles, giving participants the opportunity to listen, observe, practice and reflect, which is shown to develop long term behavior change.

Hot Topic

Using your Top Executives as Diversity and Inclusion Communicators

Today's executives are being asked to communicate their organization's diversity and inclusion strategy to more diverse audiences and in a variety...

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Inspirational Story

Don't Rest on Laurels

Inspirational StoryOne day a field marshal requested an audience with Napoleon, and Napoleon knew what was coming. But as every good leader must, Napoleon agreed to hear him out. The field marshal brought news of a great victory...

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Video Library

How to Apply for the 2017 ERG & Council Honors Award™

As an Association Member you have access to view our recorded Best Practice Webinars and Inspirational Presentations. The recorded presentations are available for Playback at anytime during your active membership.

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Answering Tough Questions

Many white men have become angry, confused or indifferent about diversity efforts in corporate America. Don't diversity initiatives exclude white males?

Absolutely not! White males are diverse; for example, they have varying levels of education...

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Fast Facts

African Americans by the Numbers

  • 45.7 million - The number of blacks, either alone or in combination with one or more races, on July 1, 2014, up 1.3 percent from July 1, 2013.
  • 74.5 million - The projected black, either alone or in combination...

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Articles & White Papers

President ObamaBlack History Month

Black History Month came into being - according to Wikipedia - via a proposal by a group of Black student leaders at Kent State University...

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