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Amber Stark

New Special Issue of Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research: State of Progress in Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Across Industries and Contexts

The 2020 December special issue of Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice & Research devoted to the State of Progress in Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Across Industries and Contexts will shortly be available in print. 

The issue contains 8 extremely exciting new articles with a call out to the amazing and hard work of our Special Issue Editors, Mira Brancu and Ted Hayes to create an outstanding issue devoted to a topic so critical for consulting psychologists, organizations, and our country right now. 

Bernardo Ferdman provides a wonderful introduction and Mira and Ted have a wonderful capstone summary article (Ted and his colleagues also contributed their own original article!) to this very special issue on a critically important topic in consulting psychology and society at large.

Here are the articles sure to create some buzz and contribute magnificently to the consulting psychology literature—links will posted soon at the CPJ website to access:

  1.      Bernardo M. Ferdman, Ph.D. The State of Progress in Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives: Consulting Psychology Perspectives
  2.      Theodore (Ted) Hayes, Ph.D., Kathleen A. Oltman, Ph.D., Leah E. Kaylor, Ph.D., and Aishwarya Belgudri, How Leaders Can Become More Committed to Diversity Management
  3.      Courtenay Cavanaugh, Ph.D., & Keith Green, Ph.D., Training faculty search committees to improve racial and ethnic diversity in hiring
  4.      Janice Gassam, Ph.D. and Nicholas P. Salter, Ph.D., Considerations for Hiring External Consultants to Deliver Diversity Trainings
  5.      Allan H. Church and Umran Beba, Changing the Game for Women Leaders at PepsiCo: From Local Action to Enterprise Accountability
  6.      Abby Corrington, Ph.D., Mikki Hebl, Ph.D., Dillon Steward, Ph.D., Juan Madera, Ph.D., Linea Ng, Ph.D., & Jordyn Williams, Ph.D., Diversity and Inclusion of Understudied Populations: A Call to Practitioners and Researchers
  7.      Gregory Pennington, Ph.D., Diversity and inclusion: How far have we come? How far can we go?
  8.      Mira Brancu, Ph.D. & Theodore (Ted) Hayes A Summary of State of Progress in Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives: Consulting Psychology Special Issue
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