Fortune January 27, 2023
Michael Fenlon, Sabah Cambrelen

CEO agendas for 2023 are crowded and complex, leaving leaders to face a myriad of short-term demands. Faced with many priorities, leaders could lose sight of the need to drive diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) progress and its significant role in business performance.

Yet with growth and competitiveness at the top of agendas, leaders can’t afford to lose ground on DEI. In fact, it’s critical that CEOs further emphasize and put DEI at the center of their business strategy and their vision for the future of their workplace.

Coming out of years of disruption, with more change likely on the horizon, leaders have the opportunity now to reimagine the workplace we inherited from the 20th century. From our own experience...

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