By Carlton Yearwood, Senior Partner, True Blue Inclusion For twenty-five years I’ve been doing diversity work. Today, there’s a twice-elected African American in the White House; a woman leader being touted as our nation’s most popular, if not the greatest, Secretary of State, and possibly next president; and CEOs... Read more

There are many ways to build support for diversity and inclusion initiatives at your workplace. Sometimes, anecdotes or looking at competitor’s diversity programs are the best way to help others understand the experiences of diverse employees.

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Business Case for Diversity

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While many of us have made arguments that diversity and inclusion enhance business outcomes, the direct connection has most often been omitted.

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What is the ROI for diversity? For years, practitioners and corporate executives have struggled to answer this question. Hundreds of experts, researchers, and publications in the diversity field grapple…

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Many diversity leaders are so focused on developing and sustaining the moving parts of a diversity and inclusion initiative that they lose sight of the important role…

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Quick, define corporate diversity. Is it an occasional press release about the ethnic composition of the company’s workforce? Is it a tabulation of key demographics – how many women, African Americans or Hispanics work for the company?

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by Michael L. Wheeler Chief Executive Officer OEStrategies, Inc. Diversity is the most important performance factor of the 21st century. As a global demographic business fact, it matters at every business interface—in the marketplace, the talent pool, across global operations, and within our communities. It matters in how we... Read more
by Jeanne De Amicis Stitt Vice President, Marketing UnitedHealthcare In order to secure resources to better focus on the multicultural marketplace, a company must show quantifiable return on investment. It is more than fostering a diverse work force and adapting to diverse and changing market demographics. During annual and... Read more

Diversity is the most important performance factor of the 21st century. as a global demographic business fact, it matters at every business interface—in the marketplace, the talent pool, across global operations, and within our communities.

Read more