Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) Programs Should Look Like the Company
Based on a chapter of his practical DE&I guide, Diversity and Inclusion Matters: Tactics and Tools to Inspire Equity and Game-Changing Performance, Jason shares how an organization’s alignment of its DE&I goals to its mission and vision is becoming increasingly important.
Companies need to bridge the gap between what they say and what they do. Your DE&I program should look like your organization. It should reflect its culture. Having DE&I woven into your company’s intentions and goals provide the bridge from intent to impact. It provides a bridge to understand how to connect with employees and the company.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why it is important for your organization to complete a Mission Alignment Exercise and define diversity, equity, and inclusion for the company
- How to identify clues that reflect the culture of the organization so that you can build a DE&I program that reflects the values and culture of the company
- A simple process for both defining DE&I and aligning your mission to DE&I goals
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