Moving the Needle on DEI

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Is your company's DEI work built-in or bolted-on? Every system is perfectly designed for the results it gets – particularly when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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Is your company’s DEI work built-in or bolted-on? Every system is perfectly designed for the results it gets – particularly when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Many companies over the past year have built or expanded upon their DEI strategies and programs. Despite this, tangible change is often elusive. 

Chief Equality & Inclusion Officer at Procter & GambleShelly McNamara stresses the importance of starting at the top when looking at DEI.

If diversity, equity, and inclusion work is siloed to DEI teams, company culture and processes will not evolve sufficiently. At best, it will allow for a few boxes to be checked. To truly integrate diversity and inclusion throughout all levels of management, DEI must have a seat at the C-suite table.

Strapped for resources, time, or authority? ideascape can provide you access to critical tools and partnerships that put you back in the driver’s seat. Reach out to hear more about the unique services our members leverage in their work.

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