“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” Barack Obama
At Indigo Diversity we believe that relationships matter, but we also understand that relationships are built on trust and trust depends on humanity, respect and openness. We foster those qualities in order to build strong and productive relationships that in turn will help us to achieve our mission: to help leaders embrace difference, and to nurture new leaders who can lead differently and authentically.
We’ve created a networking group we call Indigo Diversity Friends, or ID Friends for short. Unlike others, it’s a group that’s based on shared values and goals, and within it we’re developing new relationships that are changing lives forever. We use ID Friends to explore new opportunities for growth and development; find ways of collaborating and evolving together; and to learn how to achieve excellence at work, at home and in our communities.
We’re using existing social media to watch closely as ID Friends develops and grows over the next 6-12 months. Right now, Linkedin provides the professional platform from which this journey begins, and here you’ll find a company profile for Indigo Diversity as well as an Indigo Diversity Friends group.
Step aboard, and let’s harness the power of social networking to see just how far our achievements together can take us.
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