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Good Business Sense

Making diversity, equity, and inclusion a “lived value” and integral part of business success

In the past few years, prompted by social justice movements and the pandemic, most notably, organizations have made diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) a priority. By developing policies, communicating them at least once a year, creating Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), and investing money and resources, companies are striving to create cultures which can attract and retain diverse talent. The 2022 Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index continues to show steady growth in the number of US employers that are committed to implementing LGBTQ+-inclusive policies and practices with 1,271 companies actively participating in the survey. However, when looking at the…
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Isabelle Swiderski founded her design-for-impact agency Seven25 in 2007 to help values-driven organizations leverage the power of design. Marrying an MBA and MA in Design, Isabelle facilitates systems change and social justice and innovation work in partnership with NGOs, universities, governments, entrepreneurs, and ecosystem builders globally. She also serves as ... Read more
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