Author Archives: Danielle Stephenson

About Danielle Stephenson

I am a Jamaican born, North Carolina bred southern lady. I graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014 with a a degree in Management and Society as well as English.
Guest Post: The Weakening Definition of Diversity

Guest Post: The Weakening Definition of Diversity

What qualifies as a “diverse” workplace? Does it mean that employees are of a variety of different races and genders? Or does it mean they’ve had a variety of life experiences? This article, written by Gillian B. White – a senior associate editor at The Atlantic – gives an interesting take on the how the evolving view of […]

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A Tribute to Women in Business

A Tribute to Women in Business

I’m just at the cusp of a turning point Where the sway in my hips is a symbol of strength And not an act of trying too hard Physically, a woman is strongest at that point in her body It is the center of her being, but We’ve still got our minds and our mouths […]

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Guest Blog: The New Face of Corporate Activism

Guest Blog: The New Face of Corporate Activism

While we like the sound of our own voice here at The Idea Inc, every week we want to showcase the voices of other bloggers or articles we think do a good job of conveying an important message to business. We are a company that loves to work with businesses that have a purpose and much […]

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Celebrating Reflection

I just want to take a cliche moment to celebrate life. There is much to reflect on: the year is coming to a close, September was Suicide Awareness month, America has had more mass shootings than days in the year, the holiday season official begins with Halloween, and our business is on a turning point. […]

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Reciprocation

Reciprocation

It is interesting to consider the workforce as it is sold to us in development. From a child onward, we are constantly told that the entering the workforce is a transition into the “real world”. Therefore we adapt that train of thought in many aspects of our lives growing up, especially school and home life, […]

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