4 Signs Diversity and Inclusion Is Not Benefiting Women of Color and How To Fix It
Diversity and inclusion plans have become the “it” thing to help give organizations leverage over their competition. Diversity consultant and TED speaker Vern Myers stated, “Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance.” But it’s not working. While in many cases, the party is packed. The dance floor is still pretty homogeneous, especially for women of color. Diversity and inclusion efforts are not benefiting women of color and it’s time to change that.
HERE ARE THE TOP 3 THINGS YOU’LL LEARN FROM WHITEPAPER:
1. Top 4 Signs Diversity and Inclusion programs are not benefiting women of color
2. What you can do to address these signs
3. How addressing these signs can positively impact your business