In this week’s episode Kristen shares her passion for ensuring no one feels they need to hide themselves at work.
Discussing the productivity and business impacts of diverse and homogenous teams, Kristen shares Barilla’s approach to embedding D&I across the business and provides specific examples of how D&I has helped deliver commercial business goals.
With the pandemic creating adjustments to the working world, Kristen asks us to consider the inclusion impacts of remote working – to avoid taking steps back and leaving people behind.
Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talked about:
[4:30] The business impact of having to hide yourself at work
[6:20] Diverse teams can perform much better, but also much worse
[8:00] Barilla’s approach to D&I not being a separate function
[12:09] D&I is not a spectator sport
[18:40] Examples of D&I delivering commercial business goals
[23:00] The Inner Circle exercise
[25:45] The impact of remote working on inclusion
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