When Done Right, Diversity Training Does Lead to Successful Change

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Four steps organizations can take to ensure DEI is a business asset with a bottom-line business value.

It may come as no surprise that we took issue with a recent op-ed piece questioning whether diversity training does more harm than good. While there were several reasonable points in the piece, a critical nuance was lost: When DEI training is viewed as a business asset with bottom-line business value, it can lead to successful outcomes, NLI’s Janet M. Stovall rebuts in Fast Company. Read more to find out what inclusive habits are key to success.

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