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2021
Community Centric Fundraising

6 Steps to Making Metrics an Ally of Your Diversity Plan

Things to keep in mind when tracking diversity, equity, and inclusion metrics to ensure that you are collecting and using data effectively and equitably.

Things to keep in mind when tracking diversity, equity, and inclusion metrics to ensure that you are collecting and using data effectively and equitably.

Article
2021
Nonprofit AF

The real reasons many organizations are still unable to diversify their board, staff, fundraising committees, etc.

Vu offers better ways to think about diversifying your staff and questions to ask yourself about your strategies and outcomes. This is a more comprehensive approach to ensure that we are being thoughtful in the process and thinking about inclusion and belonging.

Vu offers better ways to think about diversifying your staff and questions to ask yourself about your strategies and outcomes. This is a more comprehensive approach to ensure that we are being thoughtful in the process and thinking about inclusion and belonging.

Article
March 30, 2018
Harvard Business Review

5 Things We Learned About Creating a Successful Workplace Diversity Program

Lessons learned from a company that created a meaningful comprehensive program to address diversity and inclusion issues at their workplace.

Lessons learned from a company that created a meaningful comprehensive program to address diversity and inclusion issues at their workplace.

Tool
July 2020
PolicyLink

A CEO Blueprint for Racial Equity

This article presents an invitation and roadmap to help companies understand and address the intended and unintended consequences of all their products, policies, and practices on people of color, and by extension, our economy and democracy. The blueprint provides actions in three key domains: 1) inside the company, 2) within the communities where the companies are headquartered and conduct business, and 3) at the broader societal level.

This article presents an invitation and roadmap to help companies understand and address the intended and unintended consequences of all their products, policies, and practices on people of color, and by extension, our economy and democracy. The blueprint provides actions in three key domains: 1) inside the company, 2) within the communities where the companies are headquartered and conduct business, and 3) at the broader societal level.

Tool
March 2019
Russell Reynolds Associates

A Leader’s Guide: Finding and Keeping Your Next Chief Diversity Officer

A guide on how to think about hiring a Chief Diversity Officer, what questions to ask yourself and your organization, and what are the different types of roles your CDO can play. Includes data from companies that have implemented this.

A guide on how to think about hiring a Chief Diversity Officer, what questions to ask yourself and your organization, and what are the different types of roles your CDO can play. Includes data from companies that have implemented this.

Report
FSG/PolicyLink

Advancing Frontline Employees of Color

Research makes the case for why creating a pipeline of diverse frontline staff supports your company’s bottom line and helps avoid turnover, while also advancing equitable outcomes

Research makes the case for why creating a pipeline of diverse frontline staff supports your company’s bottom line and helps avoid turnover, while also advancing equitable outcomes