Companies that embrace diversity and make inclusion a strategic priority are more creative, drive innovation, and increasingly out-perform the competition in an ever-changing market. These companies foster inclusive work cultures by employing people with wide-ranging backgrounds, varying ideas and perspectives, and different work and life experiences.
A diverse and inclusive work environment isn’t simply good— it’s good for business.
However, only 16 companies—3% of the Fortune 500 list— make diversity numbers public. In the last ten years, women in the C-suite have decreased by 25% (McKinsey). While many companies have diversity strategies or have signed diversity pledges, not enough have reached their D&I goals, delivered diverse Boards or contributed to pipeline diversity for emerging candidates. How can we close the gap and make a diverse workforce culture the norm and not the exception?
GlobalMindED provides corporate members:
Tiers: Corporate memberships include access and registration to the GlobalMindED Annual Conference and Inclusive Leader Awards Dinner. A five-year corporate membership option is available at a 20% discount off annual dues. Option to consult with GlobalMindED’s Advisory Council and Board members as well as explore participation as an Advisory Council member or Board seat.