If you're serious about creating a people-first culture, then DEIB should be at the top of your priority list. Make sure you habitually send out questions on diversity and inclusion to help determine next steps and develop a plan.
For a successful DEIB strategy, everyone needs to be on board. With the right tools and resources, managers can be your diversity and inclusion linchpin. Read our four tips on how to leverage their role to enhance your inclusion efforts.
Just implementing a DEIB initiative isn't enough. You also have to continue to tap into your people data and continuously ask questions to advance these efforts. Read 3 questions leadership needs to ask to improve and prioritize your people.
When you commit to DEIB, you intentionally create a culture where people feel like they belong. Read these 5 ways leadership can promote belonging in the workplace to drive DEIB efforts, employee engagement, and high retention rates.