Why a singular focus on unconscious bias is driving diversity and inclusion off the road.
Many diversity and inclusion efforts are dominated by unconscious-bias training. But without addressing your organization’s systemic biases, no amount of awareness-raising is enough to change the status quo.
In the first of two new Korn Ferry papers on inclusive design for talent systems, we look at how traditional talent systems undermine the progress of underrepresented talent, and why structural reform is needed to make behavioral changes stick.
Download the paper to:
- Find out why unconscious-bias training is only one part of the puzzle.
- Understand the importance of structural inclusion to make behavioral inclusion stick.
- Learn about the three pillars of structural inclusion: equality, equity, and inclusive design.
- Gain insights into what actions organizations can take to address legacy inequities and become truly inclusive and diverse.