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Don’t Train Your Employees on DE&I

Build their capabilities

The past two years have seen an unmatched level of organizational commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). Organizations stand to benefit tremendously by unlocking more inclusive workforce behaviors.

Our research found 51 percent of employees who recently quit their job cited a lack of belonging at work as a critical reason for leaving. Employees from underrepresented identities were even more likely to cite this reason. As organizations diversify their workforce, they must, in tandem, invest in a more inclusive culture to retain these employees and create better outcomes for all.

An inclusion capability-building program is a critical component to this change—when done effectively. Despite significant investment, many organizations run into the same pitfalls that limit their ability to drive and sustain inclusive behavioral change.

Please select this link to read the complete article from McKinsey & Company.

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