Alexandre Rene, Michael R. Littenberg, Jessica L. Soto and Caitlin Handron
As intolerance for inequities in policing and the workplace grew, corporations across the nation pledged their commitment to transform their hiring, promotion, and retention practices to foster inclusion for personnel at all levels. Whether organizations have made good on these commitments is an open question. Racial Equity Audits have emerged as a promising method for answering that question and addressing identified shortcomings.
AI is maturing and creating countless new opportunities to help people live better lives at home and work. As the technology evolves, it is essential that it does so inclusively, equally recognizing and serving all individuals who make up the world’s population.
Dr. Sharon Meit Abrahams and Melinda Hall Wieder
An example of how understanding another person’s life experience impacts how a practicing attorney can be a more effective advocate for their client.
Law firms have dedicated a great deal of focus to increasing diversity, but many are falling short on enacting meaningful changes to improve equity and inclusion. That undermines retention efforts, and causes law firms to continue falling short of moving the needle.
Frank L. Douglas
Employee engagement is becoming vital to successful businesses, however, that hasn’t translated to significantly wider adoption of meaningful diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practices in workspaces.
Because gamification is frequently misunderstood, people often diminish it in conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion. An examination of gamification as a whole, however, shows how it lends itself to addressing serious issues.
Kelsi Maree Borland
Over the last decade, commercial real estate players have increasingly considered the environment and sustainability when underwriting investments and operating properties, but the pandemic has catalyzed rapid growth in ESG adoption.
Impactful Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) programs can help law firms and organizations realize stronger relationships with clients, create better outcomes and drive revenue.
While the mastery of business development fundamentals applies to all lawyers, women business developers possess unique characteristics and face unique challenges in comparison to their male counterparts.
Emily G. Coughlin
DRI is leading the way for women to take hold of leadership positions, setting the standard for other industry organizations to follow suit.