An organization can have the most powerful positive impact on people in the workplace and society by linking diversity and Corporate Social Responsibility to drive social and economic inclusion.
By Lisa Trumbull & Simone Summers

Anaïs Nin once said, "We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are." She readily attributed the quote to Talmudic text, and used it to refer to how a model and an artist could look at the same thing, like the Seine River, and see it very differently or how people make false assumptions based on preconceived notions. Nin used an example of a homeless woman sleeping in front of the Panthéon. When people tried to take her to a home for elderly women, she refused. "I prefer to stay here where all the great men of France are buried," she said, "They keep me company. They watch over me."

Was the woman really homeless? People saw a lonely, homeless old woman who had to be miserable sleeping on the streets. But in ...

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