Creating a Culture Where Employees Speak Up Reviewed by Momizat on . How to Tap into the Business Benefits of Diversity It's not enough to have a diverse workforce and leadership team.  Companies also need to have leaders who rec How to Tap into the Business Benefits of Diversity It's not enough to have a diverse workforce and leadership team.  Companies also need to have leaders who rec Rating: 0
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Creating a Culture Where Employees Speak Up

employee-ideasHow to Tap into the Business Benefits of Diversity

It’s not enough to have a diverse workforce and leadership team.  Companies also need to have leaders who recognize the value of the ideas their employees share.  Sylvia Ann Hewlett, founder and CEO of the Center for Talent Innovation and Hewlett Consulting Partners LLC, discusses when a diverse company has these types of leaders, it tends to report better business performance in certain metrics.

To read the full article in the Harvard Business Review, click: Creating a Culture Where Employees Speak Up.

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