What Martin Luther King Jr.’s Message of Nonviolence Means for Workplace Culture in 2024

NLI's Global Head of DEI, Janet M. Stovall, weighs in on the rising backlash on DEI programs in the workplace while following the standard of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Leaders should focus on systems, not individuals, in the face of rising backlash to diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging (DEI&B) in the workplace.

For Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2024, it’s important to lean into his true legacy: nonviolence and its power to change systems. 

That’s the advice from Janet M. StovallCDE, global head of DEI at the NeuroLeadership Institute, and former senior director of social impact at The UPS Foundation.”

Read more in A Great Place to Work.

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