Investors Are Committing to Action on Diversity. Now What?

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While it is well-known that investment decisions rely heavily on management and financial success, how do companies effectively communicate the strength of their DEI programming as it relates to these areas? 

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A topic that appears time and time again – the “business case” for diversity – turns investor trends toward companies with strong commitment to DEI strategy. While it is well-known that investment decisions rely heavily on management and financial success, how do companies effectively communicate the strength of their DEI programming as it relates to these areas? 

Interests lie mostly in investor-engagement; integrating DEI strategy within core business functions and developing the communicative capacity to allow for full transparency. 

“It is time for a deliberate, thoughtful, and humble reset of the role that the corporate world will play in creating diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces,” writes the article below. 

ideascape knows how important it is to successfully manage investor interests as they relate to DEI. Get in touch with Deon Gaines and Jonathan Dyke for actionable help today.

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