If you’re questioning whether to hire a DEI leader, consider this compelling list of reasons that justify why you should, when you should, how to manage the hiring process effectively, and the benefits you’ll receive in return.
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Recognize that your support as a C-suite executive or board member is critical to the success of your organization’s DEI initiatives. Here are three fundamental steps you should take to demonstrate your personal commitment to DEI and ensure the best possible results.
When building a systems-focused DEI strategy, the first step is to take an honest look at your DEI vision and purpose. Why do you care about DEI personally? And why should your organization care too? What are you hoping to achieve by investing in DEI?