Avoid These 3 Common Mistakes in Your Organization’s Diversity & Inclusion Efforts
You know that accessing the full potential of all your talent is a strategic imperative – studies have repeatedly shown that diverse teams drive better business performance, and companies with more diversity become more innovative, and resilient, and better able to respond to complex challenges.
But a recent study found nearly 75% of employees in underrepresented groups — women, racial and ethnic minorities, and LGBTQ employees — do not feel they’ve personally benefited from their companies’ diversity and inclusion programs. That doesn’t even address a broader array of traits and identities, such as generation and national culture, or people with disabilities, which are also relevant to an organizations’ workforce. Full article.