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DEI Isn’t Divisive—It’s Unifying

Serious criticisms about organizational diversity, equity and inclusion efforts have been leveled periodically over the last 3.5 years in response to the increased focus on the topic in the wake of George Floyd’s murder. However, the questions raised by DEI critics present potential opportunities for innovation, not deletion. If we can apply the inclusive leadership practice of engaging in dialogue and open debate so we can see the issue from all sides, the practices will get better.

Leveraging Female Leadership

Explore the evolving landscape of gender diversity in Danish corporate leadership with Female Force 2025's second report.

Unraveling Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Metrics in the Financial Sector

The financial sector grapples with stark disparities, with only 9% of global Investment Committee members being women and Black professionals comprising just 7% of entry-level investment roles in North America, underscoring the imperative for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) reform. Amid the push for increased DEI metrics, a growing intersection with Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) practices is observed, emphasizing the crucial role of data in driving progress, transparency, and the transformation of culture within alternative firms.

How Leaders' Personal Preferences Affect Shareholder Value

Our work with leaders worldwide has identified several leading practices for uncovering and preventing behaviors that lead to culture destruction.

Blazing a Trail: Women in Leadership | Radhika Gupta

Radhika Gupta, CEO of Edelweiss Asset Management, delves into the experiences that have shaped her as a leader.

Board Oversight of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Well-run diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives can yield many benefits, but on the other hand, poorly resourced DE&I efforts can put a business at risk and hinder progress, as consultants Chuck Gray and Cynthia Soledad discuss.

How to Create an Inclusive Executive Search Process that Promotes Diversity in the Boardroom

Making leadership appointment processes more inclusive starts with the role of the people involved in the search process, Silvia Wiesner explores, drawing from "Search 2.0: The Future of Leadership Appointments."

The Unexpected Pitfalls of Work-from-Home Parenthood

In a 2021 Egon Zehnder study, more than 7 in 10 C-suite professionals said that remote workers might be passed over for leadership roles because they weren’t in the office.

Blazing a Trail: Women in Leadership | Anita Dongre

From home balcony to dressing Global Personalities, founder of House of Anita Dongre shares her story of overcoming barriers.

Pioneering Sustainability: A fireside chat with Roberto Marques, Former Chair and CEO of Natura &Co.

Roberto Marques, Former Chair & CEO Natura &Co, spoke about Scaling Sustainability and Key Competencies for the Board and the Employees.

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