Notably, these criteria should consist of diversity, equity, and inclusion components. Diversity benchmarks could be appropriate metrics regarding the variety of personnel involved in work group participation and formation, team assignments, and hiring. Equity criteria could assess progress in improving access to the opportunities under an individual’s purview. Inclusion goals can focus on creating safe spaces and environments, and could be assessed by 360-degree reviews, subordinate and team satisfaction, and time spent mentoring and sponsoring members of underserved groups.
Finally, provide necessary resources and support:
As a leader in educating diverse populations, the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) is an excellent source of these skillful role models. Employers regularly extol the ability of Nazarian College graduates to work effectively in teams and with diverse groups as well as their superb business training.
the larger metropolitan area and make Los Angeles a leader in effective diversity equity
Lois M. Shelton, Ph.D. is a professor with David Nazarian School of Business and Economics at CSUN.
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