Almost every company will say they support diversity and inclusion in their workforce, usually because it seems like the right thing to do. Many wouldn’t expect to see it drive productivity improvements.
Yet, that’s exactly what should happen if the policy is implemented and supported in the right way. A diverse and inclusive culture enables talent to use their individual strengths, which unlocks a more diverse range of skills and talents that an organization can call on.
In this podcast, Executive Central’s Rob Balmer explains what makes a productive diversity and inclusion policy different to one that delivers no benefits to the company’s bottom line.