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The Chief Diversity Officer Email List and Its Benefits
In the last decade, we have seen chief diversity officers employed in a chief-diversity-officer-email-list database. The chief-diversity-officer-email-list database was designed and developed by two major think tanks. They identified potential job applicants, matched them with compatible applicants, monitored the responses of the candidates, and determined who would be the most effective chief diversity officer. Those are only a small sample of the topics that may be discussed in a chief-diversity-officer-email-list or master-chief-diversity-mission email address. The chief-diversity-officer-email-list is also referred to as a “diversity hotline.”
When we use a chief-diversity-officer-email-list, we send a special email to every chief-diversity-officer on the list. This email contains a simple story, followed by a mission statement. We then invite them to write the story and express how they would apply the chief-diversity-officer-email-list if they were placed in that role. Some chief-diversity-officer-email-lists even allow readers to provide an essay, instead of a story.
Each reader is then asked to write a brief essay about his/her favorite diversity story. We will then enter those stories into the envelope provided for them. Once the stories are entered into the envelope, the reader can fill out the gaps with a single mouse-clicking click. From there, the diversity initiative coordinators from across the country can get the stories and read them to decide which are the best suited for a potential hiring process. Upon approval, the stories will be sent to the appropriate hiring authorities.
Many readers have suggested that we send out these emails two or three times a month, but that has not seemed to be very practical. Some readers have suggested that we send three or four of these emails a week, but that might cause our subscribers to become overwhelmed and stop looking for their emails. Ideally, we will send these emails out once a week. That will assure that the content remains fresh and that the diversity stories remain interesting to an audience.
Some readers have suggested that we add a line at the bottom of each story, something to the effect: “Your chief Diversity Officer wants to read this diversity story.” That way, if a reader forgets to sign their name in their email, they will be identified and we can remind them that they are signing away from any obligation that might come with signing up for the Chief Diversity Officer email list. I think that the idea here is to provide some motivation for every chief employee to read the emails. If every chief employee signed the email, our diversity goals would not have been met. More importantly, every chief employee would not have an opportunity to learn more about diversity in the workplace. That is why I have suggested this possibility.
Perhaps you will consider this. It is important for each chief-diversity-officer-email-list subscriber to be actively encouraged to participate in the chief-diversity-naireof successes. Let’s discuss this in 2021. Think on it.