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Pinky Lilani calls for a fresh look at diversity

Date: 09-03-2016

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Diversity definitely isn’t a box-ticking exercise, says Pinky Lilani – it’s a chance to change your business culture and your bottom line for the better through empowered workforces motivated to excel.

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 Pinky Lilani

Pinky Lilani CBE DL is the founder and Chair of the Asian Women of Achievement Awards, and the owner of Spice Magic Ltd.

At a glance

  • We can tend to feel most comfortable with clones of ourselves, but businesses who don’t embrace diversity are missing out on talent and insight.
  • The benefits are broad: it supports a positive culture, a motivated workforce, and a healthy business.
  • One key challenge is to support social mobility – businesses should consider how their recruitment strategies overcome barriers of class, race and religion.
  • Flexible working supports working parents and promotes gender diversity.
  • Diversity should be in the very DNA of the business, and must come from the very top.

 

 

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