Exclusive Interview with Christy Pruitt-Haynes, Global Head of Talent and Performance Practice, NeuroLeadership Institute

In this interview with HR.com, Global Head of Talent and Performance Practice, Christy Pruitt-Haynes, shares her HR story and provides insight on how leaders can adapt to shifting workplace dynamics.

Just three years after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis set off a torrent of hiring of chief diversity officers and other such roles, companies are coming under attack from conservative legal activists who argue that their DEI policies and programs constitute racial discrimination.

The challenges come as companies, faced with an uncertain economy, have already been laying off large numbers of people, including many only recently hired to implement their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategies.

Read more in NPR.

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