Workplace diversity continues to mirror society, and the more aligned on values as well as culture, the more successful these organizations become.
Workplace diversity continues to mirror society, and the more aligned on values as well as culture, the more successful these organizations become. It's difficult to sell to customers who don't believe what you believe, on a personal or organizational level. Likewise, the organization's culture can attract or detract the best talent necessary to the company success.
Paying lip service to diversity won't do it, especially if old stereotypes go unchallenged. Join us as we explore affect and effect of perceptions about differences at the institutional and personal level.
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