November 18, 2021, Opinion: "Recruiting and retaining Black talent is a priority for many organizations. Most are committed to and investing in diversity, equity, and inclusion. And yet, according to interviews and focus groups with Black executives working in a variety of blue-chip companies with strong DEI programs, very few feel good about their workplace experiences at work. They feel isolated, unable to be authentic, and less confident. How can employers and individual managers? By ensuring that Black employees feel safe, seen and supported. This article outlines some concrete ways to make that happen."
Non-HKS Author Website - Ranjay Gulati