Equity is a choice, and allyship is an ongoing process. As leaders, we have the power to choose how we use our privilege and distribute our wealth in order to create positive, lasting change.
How we look at Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within our organizations depends on how we perceive the world around us. As our awareness evolves, so will our approach to this critical enabler of business performance.
In a recent report by the IBM Institute for Business Value, it was highlighted that “fewer than 1 in 5 employees give their employers excellent marks for supporting worker well-being during the pandemic.” So, what might leaders need to consider as they make decisions about how best to invest in org...