Reduce legal risk for your organization through your D&I programming
Overcome barriers to D&I success
Create reliable measurements and benchmarks that will allow you to strategically plan and evaluate your D&I progress
Help your organization, especially its executives; understand the potential benefits of diversity
Connect your program to business outcomes
Progress from the “Undeveloped” or “Beginning” level of D&I to “Intermediate”
Throughout 2015, PeopleFluent conducted in-depth research on Diversity and Inclusion Programs and discovered that these initiatives develop through four different levels of maturity - Undeveloped, Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced/Vanguard. Each level includes its own set of challenges, and we’ve developed specialized strategies for overcoming those obstacles.
During this webcast, we’ll focus on the “Undeveloped*” and “Beginning**” maturity stages of D&I.
*Undeveloped: Little has been done to integrate diversity goals with organizational goals
**Beginning: Some efforts have been made in using D&I as PR function and we are thinking about how diversity helps to position or organization as an employer of choice