Boost Your DEI Initiatives with Sean Callagy's EXCLUSIVE 90-Minute Training on Supplier Diversity and Unconscious Bias in Technology
Embrace the potential of DOBE certification, a critical component of supplier diversity initiatives.
By partnering with disabled-owned business enterprises like Sean Callagy’s Unblinded, you can drive significant social impact and empower underrepresented communities. Additionally, DOBE certification can enhance your company’s reputation, attract new business opportunities, and foster innovation within your organization. Learn how to leverage the power of DOBE certification to create a more inclusive and equitable supply chain that supports your overall DEI goals.
Lacking supplier diversity can hinder your organization’s ability to access new business opportunities, as many customers prioritize working with companies committed to DEI. By embracing supplier diversity and partnering with diverse suppliers like DOBE-certified businesses, you can enhance your company’s reputation, attract new clients, and drive growth.
Without a diverse supplier base, your organization may miss out on the unique perspectives and innovative solutions that diverse suppliers can offer. Embracing supplier diversity can help your company tap into new ideas, fostering innovation and ensuring a competitive edge in today’s rapidly evolving business landscape.
A lack of supplier diversity can limit your organization’s ability to create positive social impact and support underrepresented communities. By prioritizing supplier diversity and partnering with businesses like Sean Callagy’s DOBE-certified Unblinded, you can empower marginalized communities, drive economic growth, and demonstrate your commitment to social responsibility.
Relying on a homogenous supplier base can leave your organization vulnerable to disruptions and challenges in the supply chain. By embracing supplier diversity and forging relationships with diverse suppliers, you can create a more resilient and adaptable supply chain that can better withstand unforeseen obstacles and market fluctuations.
Sean Callagy is the Chief Visionary Officer and co-founder of Unblinded, a trailblazer in the world of influence mastery and supplier diversity. As an accomplished entrepreneur, attorney, and public speaker, Sean has honed his expertise in integrity-based influence, transforming lives and businesses. With his heart-centered approach and DOBE certification, Sean empowers organizations to unlock the full potential of supplier diversity, creating lasting, positive impact in the world of DEI.
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Adam Gugino is a seasoned entrepreneur, business growth strategist, and co-founder of Unblinded. With his extensive experience in sales, marketing, and scaling businesses, Adam has a proven track record of driving success, including taking a company from 3 to 756 million while building a sales team of over 500. His passion for empowering others through integrity-based influence has transformed countless lives, enabling professionals to achieve their highest potential and realize extraordinary results.
Fernando J Valencia, a recent recipient of the prestigious Bacon Award and named one of the Top 15 Most Influential Immigrants in America by the Ellis Island Honors Society, is a renowned sales expert, motivational speaker, and co-founder of Unblinded. With a wealth of experience in coaching, training, and personal development, Fernando has dedicated his career to empowering others to excel. His commitment to integrity-based influence has inspired countless individuals to unleash their potential, creating lasting success in their personal and professional lives.
Nicole “Tink” Miello is a dynamic leader, compassionate speaker, and co-founder of Unblinded. Known for her passion, creativity, and unwavering commitment to heart-centered influence, Tink has inspired countless individuals to unlock their full potential. Her expertise in personal development and communication has made her a sought-after mentor, empowering professionals to achieve extraordinary success in their personal and professional lives.
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