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America’s most popular, revenue-generating, and beloved pastimes face an urgent diversity, equity and inclusion issue on and off-camera. Sports entertainment- the industry that generates billions annually, employs hundreds of thousands of people, and is watched daily...
The word is out and loud: more equitable, diverse and inclusive organizations do better. In fact, they do up to 35% better than their less diverse competitors.
Most of us consider ourselves to be allies to an extent. But allyship is a lot more than that — it’s not an identity, or a passive state of being. Allyship is action, and a very conscious choice of picking a side.
Being against racism has to be more than an idea; it has to be intentional, it must be an action. Over the past several years, countless organizations have made pledges towards justice and fighting racism, but many of these efforts fell short of amounting to substantial progress.
Many surveys have shown that businesses that have diverse workforces outperform their less diverse peers, as demonstrated by the 2018 McKinsey report.
Accountability is not justice. Justice is about more than that. It is dismantling the system that allows it to happen in the first place and over again.
As the year begins in the workplace, the themes of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are resonating throughout many different departments’ lexicons, no longer limited to the realm of human resources.
Cognitive biases or unconscious biases are thinking mechanisms that can be more or less systematic, unconscious, irrational or illogical. They impair our judgment, giving rise to unjustified or even false conclusions.