Apr 13, 2022
Inclusion has officially become a buzzword. Companies tout it all the time, but it's mostly all talk, little action. It's time for them to stand up and read the writing on the wall. While 80% of employees want to work for an inclusive company, a recent report byJoshBersin.com revealed that 80% of companies are merely going through the motions. Inclusion is not only the right thing to do, it's also the smart thing to do. Inclusion can help businesses attract and retain top talent, increase customer loyalty and build stronger relationships with key partners.
How can your company turn lip service into reality?
Let us give you a sneak peek: Inclusion is a feeling and the reality of inclusion varies with the individual.
Ever wonder how you can prevent DEI strategies from turning into reverse discrimination? Yep, we even dared to talk about that too.
Inclusion expert Amy C Waninger has a plan for you and she shares it on this episode of Geeks, Geezers, and Googlization. Amy will help demystify inclusion, discuss inclusive leadership, and reveal what inclusive cultures look like, including her essential 3 steps to move organizations in this direction.
Amy is the founder and CEO at Lead at Any Level, a firm that works with organizations on building inclusive cultures and diverse leadership pipelines for a sustainable competitive advantage. Her clients include the likes of Microsoft, PayPal, and Delta Faucet.