Inclusion and Diversity
Myth-busting the Path To Success
The path to success is riddled with misconceptions and myths. Here are three myths I have encountered in my career and some lessons I learned along the way.
Taking an Innovative Approach to Recruiting and Retaining Black Leadership Talent
This post was written by Karla Samdahl, vice president and global head of executive talent acquisition and board integration at Cisco.
The sound of the future: humming our way to inclusion
Imagine a world that's diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where differences of all kinds are valued and celebrated. That’s my wish this holiday season. And Cisco is working to make this wish come true.
Let’s Honor Hispanic Heritage All Year Long
Uniting our world – becoming truly “unidos” – starts with inclusivity. To honor Hispanic Heritage Month (and all year long), here are three ways to celebrate, uplift and foster a stronger future for the Latinx community.
Taking Action to Create Equal Opportunities for Diverse Startup Founders and Venture Leaders
Join Cisco at the Magnetic Aspire Summit, where industry visionaries discuss their personal journeys and the challenges they faced in their technology startups and in the venture capital ecosystem. They will uncover actions we can take to help level the playing field in venture capital and across the technology industry.
Developing Inclusive Teams
Learn how Cisco Developer Relation's "Full Stack Wellness & Diversity Initiative" can help you build and develop teams where everyone thrives.
Inclusion, Diversity, and Belonging in the Developer Community
Cisco DevNet has over 600,000 members, and our Cisco Developer Community Forums bring together over 45,000 unique visitors every month. Our diversity creates dynamic conversations, and our inclusion invites collaboration.
International Women’s Day Spotlight: In Celebration of Introverted Women Like Anitha Gollapudi
On International Women's day, Cisco’s Data and Analytics Office is proud to celebrate Anitha Gollapudi, who shows that indeed, an introverted woman can be successful in tech.
The Much-Overlooked Barrier of Growth
What will make this industry thrive, grow, evolve and stay relevant is our ability to attract and nurture a community that is truly as diverse as the markets, customers and technologies we represent. I’m referring to our collective diversity.