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Proven techniques, strategies, and tools to develop women leaders, build male allies, and promote gender equality.

Jan 21, 2024

Organizations deeply committed to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) work understand it's a long game. DEI is a journey rather than a destination. Yet, having tangible priorities and expected outcomes is key to long-term success.

Industry leaders in DEI often build a road map of activities for the coming year. It is connected to an overall strategy that outlines what DEI means at the organization and why it matters. Before building a road map of priorities, define your DEI strategy. This should align with your organization's mission and values to ensure authenticity. Ideally, DEI connects to your existing cultural values. Also, consider doing an assessment to determine your organization's current DEI status. Without a thoughtful assessment, you risk prioritizing the wrong activities.

Julie unpacks how to build a roadmap in this week's episode. Follow Julie on Forbes to get the latest articles here: