What to Do When Your Organization’s Diversity Efforts Fall Short

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Taking inclusion beyond lip service requires constant, dynamic efforts at improvement.

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In the past few years, companies have doubled down on their commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion, often hiring chief diversity officers to help guide their strategies and enact change.

However, some organizations fall short of their goals because of a disconnect between what they say and what they do. NLI’s Janet M. Stovall and Evynn McFalls offer three suggestions for how organizations can bridge the gap: Don’t fear discomfort, rethink your habits, and adopt a growth mindset. Continue reading Stovall and McFalls’ advice in “You’ve Brought a Diverse Team to the Table. Now What?


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