Talent management and “creating an environment where that talent can grow and thrive in” is a priority for most companies. It crosses all industries, strengthens the leadership pool, and is a means to support growth, and measure progress. But where are some of the gender and diversity initiatives leading to so far in this new drive?
“…research conducted in 2010 shows that we are still not hitting the 30% mark (women in leadership positions) needed to make a difference. Many firms have stated diversity and gender parity as a goal (let’s call that diversity 1.0) but have not understood what it takes to manage the whole notion of assimilation throughout the processes of the organization. Then they wonder why the needle isn’t moving.”
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