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Diversity & Inclusion Center Newsletter
  • Authors:

    Sarah Bond

  • Publication Date:
    March 2018

Welcome to The Conference Board Diversity & Inclusion Center newsletter for March 2018. As I wrote last month, this newsletter is intended to keep you up to date with our latest D&I insights, webcasts, publications, and events.

One of the strengths of The Conference Board is that our work touches on so many areas of business, and as a result you will find insights of relevance to diversity and inclusion in many of our outputs. You'll, of course, be interested in the publications and events featured on the  Diversity & Inclusion Center homepage. But I also encourage you to explore what's available via other Centers at The Conference Board. For instance, our recent C-Suite Challenge 2018 report highlights the increase in contingent and non-traditional workers, which for me raises important questions about inclusion: What do companies need to do differently as they think about inclusion for their contingent workforce? Read on for more on this and a link to the research.

I'd also like to draw your attention to the timely work being done by The Conference Board to highlight what senior leaders can do to address abuses of power in the workplace. You can register with the link below to a special webcast series on how the failure of organizational culture leads to toxic behaviors and what your organization can do to ensure a safe environment for all those it engages with.

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