Progress does not happen in a vacuum; it happens when we all work together. Whether it be the #Metoo movement or championing LGBTQ rights, the change has been seen more widely and effectively when all voices participate in the conversation and challenge the status quo. Often businesses see diversity and inclusion as an ‘add on’ – something that only affects a small percentage of a company’s workforce. But, diversity and inclusion affect all and needs to be integrated into a company’s DNA. But how do we make that happen? By challenging everyone to view themselves as objects of change. At HLB, we challenge our leaders to think about their own unconscious bias when it comes to diversity and inclusion and how this might affect not only their abilities to lead the firms of the future, but their business’s bottom line. In honour of International Men’s Day, we explore how men play a key role in the diversity and inclusion conversation.
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