Boosting your ERG with DEI Tech

Most are familiar with the reality that Diversity and Inclusion programs are difficult to get right.  For many, the programs don’t get off the ground at all.  For others, the goals wind up clustered around diversity as it is often perceived as a numbers game...

The Challenge of Executive Buy-in for DEI Programming

New programs are difficult to implement in any company regardless of size.  With normal market pressures, a dizzying array of government regulation and with competing priorities for capital and resources, new programs must run a gauntlet to win approval. ...

6 Diversity & Inclusion Activities that Can Spark Real Change

With all the recent talk about diversity and inclusion, the question remains as to how a company can make it work.  But why is this important?  Research has shown that teams that operate in an inclusive culture outperform their peers by a staggering 80% and...

Make Your Next ERG Event the Talk of the Office

Census data shows that the US will become a majority minority country by 2044.  Companies have begun to see the need to build a stronger and more inclusive culture that genuinely addresses the concerns of groups that make up their staff.  It also clear that...

How AT&T Innovates with Employee Resource Groups

With the importance companies place on Diversity and Inclusion, many use Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to help them improve and build a successful program.  Typically, the definition of an ERG is an “employer-recognized group of employees who share the concerns...

Putting Metrics on Diversity & Inclusion

Most companies have a Diversity and Inclusion policy and a strategy for implementing them.  But as D&I programs have matured over the last twenty years, it has become clear that they have clustered more toward the diversity end of the equation while missing...