DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?
Being responsible for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) at your company can be a lot of pressure.
You know you're doing work that really matters by making your workplace more inclusive. The issue often lies in being expected to demonstrate a measurable return on investment for your DE&I efforts.
How can you be sure that your efforts are TRULY resulting in a more inclusive workplace?
How do you even begin to measure all of the benefits of DE&I, including but not limited to:
Decreased turnover resulting in lower onboarding costs?
Happier and more empowered employees resulting in greater productivity?
More creative ideas coming through the pipeline as a result of DE&I efforts?