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3 ways startups can improve their approach to diversity and inclusion

 
 
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Practical advice on the why and how of D&I from Dr Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson, Principal Organisational Development Consultant at Myers-Briggs.

Ensuring diversity and inclusion is important for businesses of any size but can be a particular challenge for startups that are working with very limited resources.

The Myers-Briggs Company has recently completed research into impacts and attitudes around diversity and inclusion in the workplace. In this this short video, Dr Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson, Principal Organisational Development Consultant at Myers-Briggs, discusses the challenges and opportunities that startups face when working to implement and improve diversity and inclusion.

 


 


The Inclusion Delusion is a Myers-Briggs report about the challenges of inclusive leadership. Learn more here.

Discover more advice on Team and Culture.



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