Boards are making progress in representational diversity—slowly. However, most boards in the UK and around the world are still overwhelmingly white. To discuss this sobering reality, we partnered with the Executive Leadership Council to gather more than 40 board-ready executives (majority of those ethnically diverse in the UK) to share their thoughts on increasing visibility, getting noticed, appointed and integrated into boards.
We partnered with the Executive Leadership Council to gather more than 40 board-ready executives who shared their thoughts on increasing visibility, getting noticed, appointed, and integrated into boards.
Diversity and inclusion are among the major business challenges of our time. For many years, politicians, business leaders and the public have been discussing how to ensure that, for example, women have the same career opportunities as men.
As the use of artificial intelligences expands in everything from hiring to health care, a pivotal question has emerged: How do we ensure these advanced algorithms generate unbiased, equitable results and decisions?
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