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New Executive Brief: Next Practices for Diversity & Inclusion

Multiple i4cp research studies on topics ranging from Organizational Agility to Developing a Global Mindset show that high-performance organizations know how to leverage diversity and inclusion (D&I) to drive business performance improvements.

Prioritizing leaders ability to work with diverse stakeholdersAdditional research on behalf of i4cp's Chief Diversity Officer Board not only validates those findings, but clearly shows how learning and leadership development can effectively work with the D&I function to produce leaders who can seize the market advantages diverse stakeholders have to offer.

The results of i4cp's latest study are presented in a new Executive Brief, Next Practices in Organizational Design and Leadership Development for D&I, which reveals four key findings on program design and organizational structures that best align D&I with learning and leadership development to produce more collaborative, inclusive, and globally minded leaders. The brief also lays out four recommendations your organization can start using to better structure and integrate inclusion efforts with leadership development training.

The executive brief is available exclusively to i4cp members—download it now.

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Eric Davis
Eric received his master’s degree in journalism and mass communication from Marshall University in 1996. He has had 20+ years of workforce experience in a variety of fields. Before coming to i4cp, he worked as a laboratory technician for DuPont, a conference planner for Marshall University, the public relations manager for the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Technical Manufacturing, and a graphic designer for COX Communications.