Webinar Creating Competitive Advantage Through Workforce Diversity
Uncovering the Truth about Candidate Experience and Preferences
There is strong evidence that D&I is good for business. For example, CEB Talent Assessment research found that a diverse workforce improves performance by 12% and intent to stay by 20% compared to a less diverse workforce. Furthermore, 77% of executives strongly support diversity initiatives, and organizations expect to focus and invest even more on workplace D&I strategies in the coming years.
In spite of multi-year investments, however, organizations have not made as much progress with their D&I initiatives as they would like, especially with respect to increasing the representation of women in more significant leadership roles. Research also indicates that employees across the globe continue to believe their organizations are ineffective at D&I.
Listen to our Talent Assessment expert speakers present client case studies to demonstrate how you can:
- Improve the diversity and inclusiveness of your leadership bench, in terms of leader attributes, gender, and race/ethnicity
- Create a stronger and more robust leadership talent pipeline that will bring a new level of precision to your talent management practices
- Leverage workforce diversity to optimize the fit between leaders and the contexts in which they work and produce more predictable business outcomes