Finding Value Before a Crisis: How Workplace DEI Drives Revenue and Prevents Incidents

Finding Value Before a Crisis: How Workplace DEI Drives Revenue and Prevents Incidents

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The topic of workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion is at an all-time high right now. It has been proven that there is a direct correlation between inclusive workforces, productivity, and revenue. According to the McKinsey & Company diversity report, “companies in the top-quartile for ethnic and cultural diversity on executive teams were 33% more likely to have industry-leading profitability.”

Without a strong DEI program, though, your organization could face internal harassment incidents, discrimination lawsuits, high employee churn, and a poor corporate reputation, leading to lost customers and clients.

Join inclusive marketing consultant, speaker, and author Michelle Ngome as she outlines DEI best practices that will increase your organization’s revenue, as well as prevent workplace incidents.

This webinar will cover:

  • Measuring and remaining accountable to your DEI plan
  • Enhancing a culture of belonging for productivity and success
  • The significance of content and communications to internal and external audiences
  • Using DEI as a preventive measure

Webinar Presenter
Michelle Ngome
Michelle Ngome

Michelle Ngome is an award-winning inclusive marketing consultant. As the founder of Line 25 Consulting, she trains and consults with organizations on how to create diverse and inclusive marketing strategies. She is the recipient of the Courageous Marketing Leader and Houston Business Journal's Diversity in Business awards with her efforts creating the African American Marketing Association (AAMA). Her contributions have been featured in numerous publications including The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, eMarketer, PR News, and Forbes. Currently, she hosts the Marketing For the Culture podcast powered by AAMA.

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