Change mindsets. Change practices. Change culture. Change outcomes.
These approaches are the bedrock of many diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs—and the pressure to get results from these efforts has never been higher.
In the wake of social unrest, shareholders, customers, regulators, and employees alike are demanding that organizations move beyond lip service and take action. There is no refuting that DEI success and long-term business sustainability go hand in hand.
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