Building the case for diversity, equity and inclusion
To engage employees as key agents in activating your organization’s commitment to creating and sustaining a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, it is important for this commitment to be clearly stated as fundamental to your organization’s values, corporate culture, and prosperity. Countless studies have shown how equitable diversity and inclusion are good for communities and for business.
But what does that mean for your organization?
Working with employees across your organization to build a shared commitment to DE&I and to develop a strong business case will help you get the necessary support to achieve your DE&I goals. Your case should include a detailed strategy and execution plan, suggestions for resource allocation, a budget, and key performance indicators.
The resources below will support you in sourcing relevant data and fleshing out the ways that a strong commitment to DE&I will drive your organization’s social and economic prosperity.