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The Role Of Psychological Safety In DEI

July 13, 2022

The Role Of Psychological Safety In DEI Manage Magazine defines psychological safety as the assurance that employees within a specific work environment can voice their opinions without fear of negative consequences. Psychologically safe environments do not tolerate bullying, harassment, or humiliation, thus giving employees the freedom to openly ask questions, discuss new ideas, bring up concerns, and…

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Holding Leaders Accountable

DEI is a Business Strategy:  Holding Leaders Accountable

May 9, 2022

Over the last few years, boards, investors, customers, and society have been catalysts that have pushed for holding c-suite leaders accountable in DEI.

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The Role of Leadership in Fostering Inclusive Workplaces

March 5, 2022

Many organizations around the world are becoming more successful due to building diverse workforces. However, there’s still a huge disconnect between diversity and true inclusivity in the workplace.

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The Key to Understanding: Executive Listening Tours

September 15, 2021

“Executive Listening Tours” are gaining traction in the industry as a means to gain understanding and clarity around Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
This is a as a best practice for leaders who want to understand the lived experience.

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Why Do DEI Strategies Fail In Automotive?

September 15, 2021

Why does diversity, equity and inclusion strategies fail so frequently? There are a number of factors that we have seen at CADIA, and I’d like to share a few observations so that members of the CADIA community can avoid some of the pitfalls.

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The Business Case for Diversity: Are We Asking the Right Question?

September 15, 2021

For some time, there has been a question floating around: What is the business case for creating a diverse organization?

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Black History Month: A Gift and an Invitation

September 15, 2021

There is a gift and an invitation that comes with Black History Month. The gift: it intentionally sets aside a month to celebrate the achievements and contributions of black Americans.

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Companies Must be at the Ready to “Hold Space” For Asians, Others, Affected by Social Trauma

September 15, 2021

Crimes against the Asian American community have increased by 150% over the last two years.

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Start with the Little Things

September 15, 2021

A recent interview with Cheryl Thompson and Jeff Green illuminated several ways in which structural design of how hiring and recruiting are, even if unintentionally, preventing better representation of woman and BIPOC in the workplace.

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Being openly LGBTQ+ can be challenging – even during Pride.

September 15, 2021

It’s Pride Month, which means brands and companies of all sizes are sharing rainbows on their social media along with messages of support and allyship.

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