Women’s Leadership in Diversity and Inclusion Must Be Formally Recognized

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–New research suggests vital diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives are too often delivered informally, by leaders who are insufficiently recognized for the value they deliver.1 Greater formal recognition of D&I leadership would bring cultural and performance benefits, says Questionmark, the online assessment provider.

The 2021 Women in the Workplace report found senior-level women are twice as likely as men to dedicate time each week to supporting D&I in their teams.

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