Three recent books on workplace sexism and racism highlight concrete actions leaders can take to support diversity.
Employers must recognize that women are 41% more likely to experience toxic culture in the workplace than men are.
Donald Sull and Charles Sull
Minorities offered a leadership role during a crisis must weigh the opportunity against the increased risk of failure.
Keith D. Dorsey
Lessons from the golden age of Black business can teach today’s leaders how to help Black entrepreneurs prosper.
Leon C. Prieto and Simone T.A. Phipps
Learn how open discussions and new quantitative measurement tools can strengthen inclusion efforts.
By Silke Muenster, Chief Diversity Officer, Philip Morris International
Managers can help employees turn fears into fleeting thoughts as opposed to permanent restraints.
Morela Hernandez and Christina Lacerenza
Workplace toxicity leads to a host of negative mental and physical health outcomes, particularly for women of color.
Deepa Purushothaman and Valerie Rein
The lack of transparency in corporate philanthropy doesn’t serve companies or their stakeholders.
Patricia A. Banks
Managers need more thoughtful and effective data collection practices to advance DEI in their organizations.
Derek R. Avery, Enrica N. Ruggs, Larissa R. Garcia, Horatio D. Traylor, and Noelle London
The authors suggest five actions leaders can take to support and protect reproductive freedom for their employees.
Bobbi Thomason, Nitya Chawla, Allison Gabriel, Danna Greenberg, Curba Lampert, Kristie Moergen, Dana Sumpter, and Elizabeth Umphress
New research offers leaders insights into how they can enhance inclusion at an actionable level in the workplace.