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Inclusion Inflection Point

Why Some Companies Fail to Elevate Their DEI Initiatives

Langue:  English
Inclusion Inflection Point explores the nuances of DEI initiatives, spotlighting where many falter and others excel. Unearth the shift from simply commendable DEI to the extraordinary.
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In a corporate landscape where diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are heralded as essential, this book reveals the unseen roadblocks that stymie many businesses from advancing beyond mere token gestures. Through a careful analysis of both successful and failed DEI programs, readers are afforded a window into the balance of strategy, commitment, and awareness needed to truly make a difference. At its core, it unveils the transformative Inclusion Inflection Point, guiding companies on elevating their DEI from commendable to groundbreaking. A profound insight into creating lasting change.

About the Author

Jim Woods is the CEO of Woods Kovalova Group, a trusted diversity, equity, and inclusion training and consulting firm in 39 countries. He is a former college professor and fifth-grade math and science teacher. Jim has a passion for accelerating talent across organizations. While this passion has fueled his work in leadership assessment and development, it has crystallized in the area of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. He has over 20 years of experience working with the US Army, Fortune 1000 companies, and executives to solve their most crucial behavior problems. In addition, Mr. Woods is a six-time children’s and business book author. His podcast, “Diversity and Inclusion Reimagined At Work,” is lauded for its frank conversations.

  • Introduction
  1. The Good, the Bad, and the Stagnant: The Current State of DEI Initiatives Across Organizations
  2. Diagnosing the DEI Plateau
  3. The Inclusion Inflection Point
  4. Strategies for Breaking Through the Plateau
  5. Measuring Progress and Impact: DEI Metrics – What to Measure and Why
  6. From Compliance to Commitment: Moving Beyond Box-Checking
  7. From Compliance to Commitment
  8. Leading the Charge
  9. The Road Ahead: Navigating the Future Landscape of DEI
  • References
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