By Stan Alleyne
We’ve all heard the phrase “diversity matters.” We’ve read articles, attended training sessions and asked friends of color uncomfortable questions about their beliefs and backgrounds. Without a doubt, understanding and embracing different cultures, races and beliefs enriches our work and should add value to what we offer our clients or companies.
For many, the challenge is figuring out how to go beyond periodic insightful conversations and annual training sessions and conferences. How do you embed diversity and inclusivity into your daily workplace practices and culture?