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The mission of the Center for Talent Innovation is to drive ground-breaking research that leverages talent across the divides of gender, generation, geography, and culture; and to create a community united by an understanding that full utilization of the global talent pool is at the heart of competitive success.

Leveraging talent across the divides of gender, generation, geography, and culture
Publications Find a Sponsor Executive Presence Innovation, Diversity and Market Growth Winning the War for Talent in Emerging Markets Out in the World

Disrupt Bias, Drive Value:
A New Path Toward Diverse, Engaged, and Fulfilled Talent

Companies finally have a detailed picture into how bias costs their organizations, according to Disrupt Bias, Drive Value: A New Path Toward Diverse, Engaged, and Fulfilled Talent by co-authors Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Ripa Rashid, and Laura Sherbin. The book is based on a Center for Talent Innovation (CTI) study, which surveyed 3,570 college-educated professionals—who were all working fulltime in white-collar occupations. With hard data, the authors reveal... READ MORE ABOUT THE REPORT

Disrupt Bias

Sponsor Effect: Canada

Senior leaders in Canada rarely build sponsorship relationships with professionals of any background. Sponsorship, as the Center for Talent Innovation has found in prior research, is a crucial driver for the advancement of talent around the globe - and it's missing in Canada. What happens in its place is ad hoc advocacy, mostly for white professionals. As Canada becomes increasingly multicultural, sponsorship of people of colour and women can be the solution needed to diversify corporate leadership. READ MORE ABOUT THE REPORT

Disrupt Bias

Disabilities and Inclusion

Using rigorous, nationally-representative data, the Center for Talent Innovation's report Disabilities and Inclusion has uncovered that employees with disabilities make up an enormous talent pool. The research finds that 30 percent of college-educated employees between the ages of 21 and 65 working full-time in white-collar professions in the U.S. have a disability, according to the new, broader U.S. federal definition of disabilities (finalized in 2016, the definition now more clearly outlines what are considered mental health and chronic conditions). Yet they face significant challenges... READ MORE ABOUT THE REPORT

Harnessing the Power of the Purse
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The Task Force is a global community of organizations committed to fully realizing all streams of talent around the world –
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CTI INSIGHTS

Read more about global talent challenges and solutions for professionals and corporations

HBR Blog

Content for today's business leader tackling issues of innovation, leadership, and more

Huffington Post

Blogs provide our point of view on timely topics related to sponsorship, diversity and workplace discrimination

Inc.

Contributed articles focus on talent and innovation challenges for small businesses and entrepreneurs

LinkedIn

Influencer posts provide job seekers and businesses with professional insights and career advice

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RECENT research

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Centered on dramatic findings which chart the incidence of perceived bias, this nationwide study identifies where bias occurs in corporate America's talent assessmen.... READ MORE

DAVOS HIGHLIGHTS

Tax-deductible contributions to the Center for Talent Innovation will help fund our new #DiversityPays campaign. Find out more about this link between diversity and competitive strength... READ MORE