A Framework for Change
How to Improve Diversity, Equality, Equity, and Inclusion at your Organization
In order to unpack deep-rooted, systemic biases, organizations must challenge the status quo by taking an active role in leading change. While these actions are driven by organizations, the case for change is built through education and buy-in of individuals. In order to drive change through action, organizations must first acknowledge the problem and recognize the need for improvement.
Very few organizations have a comprehensive framework for cultivating diversity, equality, equity, and inclusion (DEE&I). In an effort to either establish or refresh one for your organization, we recommend using the five key impact areas to assess, improve, and invest in corporate and social equality.
About the Authors
Ken Merritt is a Partner and the Practice Lead for DayBlink’s Organization & People Center of Excellence and is based in the Vienna, VA office.
Danielle Rosenfeld is a Consultant within DayBlink’s Organization & People Center of Excellence and is based in the Vienna, VA office.
At DayBlink, we assist organizations in having these complex and difficult conversations, enabling common understanding, and developing sound solutions for the future. To learn more about our DEE&I services, please contact Kenneth Merritt at Kenneth.Merritt@dayblink.com.