Transformation, by definition, involves change. Then why do leaders pay so little attention to leading change when they are so bullish about transforming their organizations?
How Employees Can Ensure an Inclusive Culture
Use Technology to Link Business Results to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Organizations cannot build and sustain a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion without fair hiring and advancement practices that are accepted at all levels of the organization, and demonstrated and advocated by leaders at all levels.
The importance of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) has been growing for several years. But the movement for racial justice and coronavirus pandemic increased the importance of DE&I.
About 57% of organizations surveyed in Brandon Hall Group’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion research indicated they have an active Diversity Council and/or Employee Resource Groups. Councils and ERGs serve two different, but complementary functions, so it is best to have both.
Almost nine in 10 organizations identify diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) as important drivers of business results, according to Brandon Hall Group research. And 76% of organizations said the social…
In the wake of the social justice movement and COVID-19, diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) has never been more important, both as a business driver and a way for organizations…
Brandon Hall Group’s HCM Excellence Awards program is accepting applications from organizations excelling in human capital management practices. Submissions must be received by April 16, 2021. Winners are recognized worldwide for this coveted honor and peerless recognition.
According to a new Brandon Hall Group study, more than 80% of organizations believe they provide a diverse and inclusive environment for their employees. However, BHG research shows only about one-third rate themselves highly for critical drivers such as having a diverse talent pipeline, leadership that reflects the diversity of the customer base and workforce or a workforce that reflects the diversity of the customer base or communities the organization serves.