Building the business case
Make everyone in your company understand the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and act accordingly.
Here, we will direct you to the right input and arguments on the web to create awareness. And to make everyone in the company understand why it is absolutely necessary to bring diversity and inclusion to the table. That is if you want your company to stay healthy and competitive in the long run.
Would you rather get some help first in finding out where your company stands when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion? Then maybe our DEI Roadmap is a better place for you to start.
Generating awareness throughout the company.
The bigger picture: hello super-diversity.
How could super-diversity be of benefit for organisations?
Introduction Today, there are many areas where a multitude of individuals from widely varying cultural backgrounds live and work together. There are a few urban areas where over the years many and repeated waves of immigrants joined the community and created small pockets of cosmopolitical societies
7 ways your workplace is sending women all the wrong messages
These subtle (and not so subtle) signals from men make their female counterparts feel unwelcome, this tech CEO says.
Honeywell BrandVoice: People Power: Why Diversity And Inclusion Is The Secret To Innovation
In a world that’s increasingly reliant on technology, it’s people who are the ultimate competitive advantage.
More articles on creating awareness for DEI.
More input and arguments to create awareness and make everyone in the company understand why it is absolutely necessary to bring diversity and inclusion to the table if you want your company to stay healthy and competitive in the long run.
Diversity and inclusion: stories and insights.
Apple launches major new Racial Equity and Justice Initiative projects to challenge systemic racism, advance racial equity nationwide
Apple’s $100 million Racial Equity and Justice Initiative launches new projects that fight educational and economic inequity.
Diversity and inclusion: studies and numbers.
Research: What Inclusive Companies Have in Common
A survey of more than 19,000 HBR readers found that one particular culture style differentiated the diverse and inclusive organizations from those that were not: a learning-oriented culture that emphasizes flexibility, open-mindedness, and exploration, and can equip organizations with the ability to…
Global diversity and inclusion survey
We know that diversity is good for business. Organisations that invest in diversity report seeing a number of advantages, such as an increased ability to attract talent, greater innovation, and improved financial performance. But what does it take to build a Diversity and Inclusion programme that is…
Getting everyone engaged.
9 TOP EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IDEAS FOR DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN 2020
Diversity and inclusion in the workplace are becoming more important than ever before. A 2017 Deloitte report found that at least 69% of executives prefer policies that promote inclusion and diversity at the workplace.
DEI Initiatives Are Futile Without Accountability
Many organizations are struggling to diversify their ranks through the flawed application of well-intentioned diversity policies. DEI policies are only as good as the people responsible for carrying them out. If those people don’t fully understand what problem new processes or policies are solving,…
Research: To Excel, Diverse Teams Need Psychological Safety
The promise of staffing a team with diverse members is that the different perspectives, ideas, and opinions will result in greater performance. The reality is that diverse teams often underperform because people from dissimilar backgrounds often clash. A study of 62 drug-development teams suggests t…