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Fixing Diversity Programs – Diversity, Inclusion, and Deliberate Practice

By Randy Sabourin

No one should be arguing against increasing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Strategically, ethically, and financially it makes sense that organizations can benefit from being diverse.  The Return on Investment (ROI) for a diverse workplace has been widely accepted by most CEOs and Leaders and backed by studies with impressive statistics such as:

bubblesdiverseDespite the power of these statistics and potential bottom-line impact, the lack of success of the majority of Diversity and Inclusion Programs (D&I) has been a stellar disappointment. The needle is just not moving. Why? It’s not from the lack of trying. Most large corporations have created positions, developed programs, and spent significant funds. Most major D&I change programs begin with an awareness stage. Videos, corporate communications, and workshops are the usual delivery systems. The purpose of the awareness stage is to define the challenge and set the goal to move toward. It’s an intellectual knowledge-transfer phase that is very important, and one that most organizations have completed. Continue reading

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