Founder and CEO of Blue Beyond Consulting Cheryl Fields Tyler was highlighted in a recent article from Fast Company on common pitfalls for companies to avoid when reevaluating their diversity and inclusion policies.
In the article, Fields Tyler reminds companies to be careful with D&I training programs. “Sometimes such training makes things worse by reinforcing stereotypes and making diversity a compliance program, boosting resistance and resentment for diversity efforts,” she says.
Read the full article here.
Fields Tyler founded Blue Beyond Consulting in 2006 in the San Francisco Bay Area. Blue Beyond partners with clients throughout North America, including global Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, universities, and small- and mid-sized firms on employee engagement, communications, change management, talent management, culture change, leadership, and more. It is a certified women-owned business by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).