Organisations that invest in diversity attract top talent, foster greater innovation, and have improved financial performance. But as diversity and inclusion comes more under the spotlight, what does it take to deliver a strategy that meets the needs of your business and stakeholders and truly moves the dial?
As diversity and inclusion play an ever growing role in shaping stakeholder perceptions, your record is under scrutiny more than ever before, not only among the talent you attract and retain, but with your customers and investors.
In this environment, diversity and inclusion needs to be a board level conversation. Building a robust diversity and inclusion strategy informed by data, and including it in your risk and wider business management will enable your organisation to actively shape perceptions and gain a competitive advantage.