Betterment: How to Improve DEI Transparency, Address and Respond to Shortcomings and Criticisms

No organization can chart a path forward to equity without first taking stock of their past shortcomings, current progress and areas of weakness. Addressing failures can feel risky, but this transparency is crucial to doing better when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion. Join us for a discussion on how to tackle this necessary process. We’ll look at examples of companies that have successfully course-corrected after past mistakes and effectively demonstrated their commitment to doing better.

Learn how to:

  • Show leaders the value of being transparent about DEI statistics and initiatives, by following case studies of other organizations that have been successful in doing so
  • Critically assess your current commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion and find areas for improvement
  • Borrow tactics from other organizations that have thoughtfully responded to criticism with statements backed up by an action plan
  • Listen to stakeholders to understand what needs to be done to correct past wrongs and improve in the future
  • Michelle Flowers Welch
    Chairman and CEO,
    Flowers Communications Group