14 Tips From HR Experts For Successful Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Initiatives
Senior leaders everywhere are evaluating how diverse, equitable and inclusive their organizations truly are. If this is the first time you're considering the most effective ways to boost diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) within your own organization, you will first need to determine your areas of strength and those in need of improvement. Any plan developed and implemented before gaining a clear, comprehensive understanding of your company's unique needs may fail to meet them. How can you ensure that the initiatives you choose for your business to undertake will succeed in achieving its most critical DEI objectives?
In this Forbes Human Resources Council article, Jay Polaki, HR Geckos' Founder and CEO, shares successful diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives
Senior leadership should demonstrate why they believe in equity. Involving all employees, including Black, Indigenous and people of color in the dialogue at the very outset, will show their leaders' genuine commitment. Centering the narrative around how DEI initiatives yield higher profits and innovative teams, not just “diversity hires," will ensure successful execution and adoption.
Learn more from Jay and her fellow Forbes Human Resources Council members on their number one tip for companies new to DEI initiatives.
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