#027 – As protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death are on the rise in her come country of the US, Kay shares the strange journey she’s gone through as her personal and professional world as a D&I consultant have collided.
Against this backdrop, she shares several specific calls to action for non-black allies, while reminding listeners that the work of achieving inclusion is a longer journey — and the unique opportunity we have to affect change in both our organizations and in society at large. This requires all hands on deck, as well as patience and persistence if we truly want lasting change.
To continue the dialogue for long-term solutions for D&I in companies, Kay talks about the launch of her whitepaper, sharing key findings from her April 2020 executive roundtable with big tech firms — and how companies can prepare for a future workplace that benefits us all.
Our Latest Whitepaper is Now Available
The Future of Work Culture 2020
How Big Tech is Redefining DEI in a Remote World
In our whitepaper, you’ll discover:
- Why inclusive communication is key to effective remote work and how to prioritize diverse talent in your flexible working policy
- What big tech is doing to prepare for the future of work and the importance of company culture for connectivity, collaboration and communication
- How the pandemic has shifted our expectations of leadership and why diversity, equity and inclusion will determine which companies survive in the future of work