Posts Tagged "equity"

KadSmith
April 24, 2020

As we all find ourselves being pushed, challenged, and transformed by this moment in time, it should be no surprise that dominant culture habits may be creeping back into our work, our teams, and our organizations. 
 

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Jasmine Hall
December 11, 2019

How can an organization build equity in its compensation process through distributed leadership? This piece will share how CompassPoint empowered a peer-led group to provide review and oversight to a compensation process that was designed to build more equity into our system.
 

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Shannon Ellis
December 11, 2019

In this blog, we explore how CompassPoint worked to create a more equitable approach to compensation by updating our systems to reflect new values, simplifying the career framework, making the pay gap smaller, and restructuring how compensation decisions are made.
 

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Shannon Ellis
November 12, 2019

Compensation is where our values are tested, our willingness to take (real or perceived) organizational risks is codified, and ultimately where decisions are made that directly affect people’s livelihood. That’s why we’re going a little deeper and sharing our story of reimagining compensation at CompassPoint over the next three blogs. 
 

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KadSmith
June 13, 2019

Growing closer isn’t just in service to the work of CompassPoint, it’s in service to our humanity. This is the third blog in our series around our journey to center racial justice, equity, and a vision for leadership that centers liberation at CompassPoint.
 

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Maro Guevara
April 3, 2019

 In this second part of our blog series on centering racial justice at CompassPoint, we’re talking about the power of visions.
 

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Living Cities 2
September 17, 2018

What does it take to put equity into action at the organizational level? In this guest blog, Elodie Baquerot and Nadia Owusu (Chief Operating Officer and Associate Director for Learning and Equity, respectively, at Living Cities) outline their organization’s long and intentional journey to center racial justice. 
 

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