An article by Thrive Global explains how workplaces can move diversity and inclusion from intent to action.
2020 has been a wake-up call for leaders and companies on many levels. From a global pandemic to protests across our country fighting systemic racism, it’s been a year like none other, and we’re only in the second half.
As companies look for more tangible approaches to support initiatives to combat discrimination in all forms, many organizations realize that the foundational steps they have taken to invest in diversity programs are not enough. Despite the best intentions of leaders and teams, efforts to create a diverse and inclusive culture often fall short.