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Tag: DE&I

  • You’ve Measured DE&I. Now What?

    You’ve Measured DE&I. Now What?

    What was it like the last time you got together with a close group of friends? Likely, you were relaxed and open – contributing to the conversation by sharing your experiences and actively listening as others provided their perspectives. You didn’t worry about your opinions resulting in judgement and you probably generated energy from the […]

  • Are You Walking your Talk on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion? 2 Ways to Find Out.

    Are You Walking your Talk on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion? 2 Ways to Find Out.

    “Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusion is being asked to dance.”-Verna MyersThe current social justice movement has led to an important push for organizations to look inside their four walls and honestly examine how their culture, policies and practices support diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I).One key component to a committed DE&I program is […]

  • When to ACT as an Ally and When you NEED an Ally

    When to ACT as an Ally and When you NEED an Ally

    Improving diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) in the workplace is a big undertaking and change needs to happen at the organizational level through policies, systems, and processes. Senior leadership must express and live DE&I values by supporting inclusive environments and modeling ways to support diversity, including giving people from marginalized backgrounds platforms to determine what […]

  • You’re Not Managing DE&I if You’re Not Measuring It

    You’re Not Managing DE&I if You’re Not Measuring It

    “What gets measured gets done.” So why is the measurement of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives often neglected beyond tracking compliance requirements (e.g., affirmative action, representation goals)? DE&I initiatives are implemented to meet a variety of organizational objectives – think competitive advantage, improved work environment, greater creativity, enhanced social agenda. They often include a […]

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