The Jedi have a proverb: A plan is only as good as those who see it through.
That also applies to J.E.D.I.: justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
The events of 2020 have conscious companies wanting to do better when it comes to social justice issues. Yet knowing where to begin in solving this sensitive topic is tough. What can companies do to support the movement, rather than simply addressing the moment?
This is a discussion on J.E.D.I. with Indiana business leaders at the forefront of this work. Learn why J.E.D.I. is a business issue affecting both stakeholders and the bottom line. Discover the actions these leaders are taking within their companies and the lessons learned along the way. Walk away with strategies for progress any size business can use.
Dialogue Project – A global study of how business can improve civil discourse and reduce polarization in our society.
Bias Interrupters – Tools for helping companies interrupt and correct implicit bias in the workplace
Google re:Work Unbiasing – Guides for redesigning talent systems and creating inclusive workplaces
Uncomfortable Conversations with Kris & Gabby – Podcast focused on normalizing the uncomfortable conversation about race
Managing a Team with Conflicting Political Views – Strategies for creating an inclusive work environment where people feel safe to contribute their ideas and experiences
Textio – Analyzes writing to provide language insights into hiring and employer content