Four Ways You’re Probably Sabotaging Your Diversity Efforts In The Workplace

Let’s say your organization is ready to further embrace diversity by committing resources to recruiting and retaining a more diverse talent pool. Perhaps you’ve even gone so far as to hire a Diversity Officer and create employee resource groups. You recognize the many ways in which diversity can improve your organization’s culture and, ultimately, its bottom line. And yet, you don’t see a shift in your ability to retain diverse talent and there’s a persistent barrier to promoting marginalized groups to the top levels of leadership. Let’s ask ourselves what might be missing.

1. Are white men fully engaged in diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives?

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