In order to empower employees and create lasting growth, businesses will want to consider conducting business-wide unconscious bias trainings regarding diversity and inclusion. Studies show that properly-designed trainings can increase managerial representation across ethnicities while empowering women to seek out mentorship opportunities. By recognizing the benefits that a powerful unconscious bias training can deliver, companies can craft evidence-based seminars to promote an inclusive culture in which all employees can thrive and add value.
Some people are taught how the pieces are moved and what the aim of the game is, then there are people who teach you how to achieve that aim so you're not left with your own devices to figure it out.
People like Brandon Miller—a Senior Information Technology Consultant, Co-Author of The Intersection Book, Entrepreneur, Branding Coach, and Philanthropist—understand the mechanics of the game along with the various strategic concepts and finds ways to apply them in real life scenarios.Read More
Upon joining Versl last week one of my biggest goals is to build a community of like-minded individuals who appreciate tech and culture. Our software can be utilized in any industry by any individual and I wanted to give our audience a voice to share how they got into their industry and the synergy between them as an individual and the Versl platform.
Up first, is my good friend Brandon E. Miller.Read More
I vividly remember the mix of shock and comfort I felt upon entering Disrupt Indy’s inaugural conference in 2017. I was raised in the Midwest, but going to a black tech conference in Indianapolis didn’t seem like a possibility years ago. That’s why the emergence of tech hubs outside of Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley has been really validating. The energy at Disrupt Indy was unique — like hanging out with a bunch of tech-obsessed cousins and other family members. I felt immediately comfortable being my authentic self as we discussed the importance of inclusive technology, bias in recruiting processes, and the need for black tech founders. I also felt genuinely supported by the companies recruiting at the event. Representation matters, and demonstrating a commitment to creating inclusive spaces for people of color in technology is increasingly importantRead More
This episode I sit down with serial side hustler Brandon Miller aka BMills and we discuss:
Being a social media influencer.
The benefit of having a strong male figure in your life.
How to juggle your passion and your 9-5 job.
Is it wrong to target programs exclusively for black communities?
The tech industry and black inclusion.
Brandon Miller, BME 14, is always on the move. Since graduating in 2014, he’s started a career in IT consulting, established two non-profit organizations, written a book, and more.Read More
Today we speak with Brandon Miller, serial entrepreneur and author. Brandon has authored the book "Intersection" and a workbook "BrandU".Read More
Brandon Miller is a serial entrepreneur who is passionate about technology, workplace diversity, fitness, and minority entrepreneurship. Brandon is also the founder of "Be Great" as well as the co-founder of The Black Burdell and The Too Fly Foundation. In this episode, Brandon talks with us about being great, personal growth, and the spirit of black travel.Read More
Although motivated to succeed in their individual ventures, entrepreneurs Brandon Miller and Simone Moreland joined together to package the wisdom attained from 30+ interviews into an innovative guidebook.
Professional services firm Clarkston Consulting today introduced the IDEA Seminar Series, an innovative, action-based diversity and inclusion training program aiming to replace the routine, check-the-box diversity programs of the past. Each IDEA Seminar provides attendees with a platform to Inform, Discuss, Engage, and Act on an issue related to Inclusion, Diversity, and Equality in Action.Read More
On this episode of UNGENTRIFIED, I am joined by Brandon Miller (@thatguybmills), philanthropist and purveyor of all things great, to talk about knowing your role in the black community, and doing it well.
We discuss “Superman/woman” syndrome, why it seems our community sometimes places unattainable goals of “giving back” on one another, whether or not the black church is still doing their part for the community, and more! Listen and give us your opinion!Read More
So these two entrepreneurs came to the couch to talk branding, social media, and the importance of education. Hope you enjoyed it.Read More