We hear a lot about “having conversations” around diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and many business leaders eagerly express their willingness to create a more diverse workplace culture for their employees. However, it’s still rare to see a company take meaningful, internal action to create a more inclusive environment.
Part of the problem is that companies overly rely on consultants and seminars rather than actually changing the larger culture of the company. While a workshop on tolerance may be able to offer important information and lessons to employees, it provides little progress toward any real, long-term change. In this post, I have listed three steps I have personally seen companies make that have resulted in tangible progress.
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