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The world has shifted tremendously over the past months. As we experience and attempt to navigate this changed landscape, we are faced with new complexities, obstacles, and disparities. For organizations to meet these challenges, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) leaders must have access to the requisite data and knowledge to inform strategies that address the issues and opportunities of the workplace today, that are agile enough to respond to a rapidly changing, uncertain world of tomorrow, and that meet DEI goals set for the future.
With so many demands, how do DEI leaders develop effective, sustainable, and adaptable strategies and programs to address the critical issues their organizations, teams, and employees are facing?
As a research organization, Catalyst knows that leaders need data to understand representation numbers, unpack how employees experience workplace inclusion, and hold managers accountable for goals. Understanding this data can reveal the real story of workplace diversity and inclusion, which then leads to a stronger DEI strategy that is aligned with business objectives and will enable an organization to achieve its goals.
A dialogue with Catalyst DEI strategy and diagnostic experts, along with the Global Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Catalyst Supporter Coca-Cola, shared their experiences as well as actionable strategies and solutions for leveraging diversity and inclusion data to align, manage, and innovate in these challenging times.
Panelists Gareth Whalley, Global Director, Diversity & Inclusion, The Coca-Cola Company Leena Kulkarni, Sr. Associate, Advisory Services, Catalyst Emily Shaffer, PhD, Director, Research, Catalyst
Moderator Krista Brookman, Vice President, Product Strategy and Innovation, Catalyst
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