HigherEd Talent’s diversity philosophy is based upon the importance of linking a cohesive talent management philosophy to the attainment of an inclusive workplace. An inclusive, high-performing workplace results ultimately in organizational success and heightened financial performance. By drawing upon the creativity and innovation of diverse talent, organizations gain competitive advantage and maximize organizational capability.
Visioning the future and desired state of diversity. Conducting a diversity audit and assessment to identify gaps and needed areas for improvement. Creating diversity champions and leadership at all levels.
Evaluating and addressing legal compliance and structural representation issues.
Building a diversity strategic plan with accountability, resources, measurement, and action-oriented goals.
Creating a strategic architecture for diversity and inclusion in organizational structure, policies, programs and practices. Building diversity cultural competencies into organizational practices and requirements.
Transforming organizational culture and climate for diversity and inclusion. Fostering systemic organizational learning for diversity.
Communication and attainment of systemic programs, processes, and dynamics that reflect reciprocal empowerment as reflected in decision-making processes, collaboration, and distributive justice.