HR Tools Improving DEI also Raise Business Performance
Performance-driven behaviors in an organization that further the competitive advantages can unintentionally create barriers to diversity and inclusion. Employees do their jobs as best they can and are unaware of the impact. Proven HR tools and processes, adapted for diversity and inclusion, unleash the potential in every employee, not just minorities, to drive business performance higher. Four examples illustrated by prominent American companies follow.
1: Authority to Lead Excellence Shouldn’t be Confused with Status; Managed by DEI-Sensitive “Personas”
Companies with leading technologies need to give managers the authority to determine and apply