Pursuing Progress: What Corporate Leaders Seeking Culture Change Need to Know

Employees in a board room

When you’re looking to make a change in your life, who do you turn to for advice on the best approach? Family? Friends? Trusted colleagues? And once you’ve received their guidance, which do you take and implement? Which do you reject, save for later, or modify? With so many people offering guidance or sharing their expectations for you, it can be hard to know which course to take.

Corporate leaders often face a similar challenge on a much larger scale. As corporate leaders seek to build more equitable and inclusive cultures, they need to field guidance from a wide range of stakeholders who sometimes have different goals and expectations. From there, they can start determining the right course of action for their companies, their workforces, and their communities.

To help corporate leaders understand the range of stakeholders pushing for change, we’re launching a new blog series this month called “Pursuing Progress.” Each week, we’ll feature a different stakeholder group pushing for companies to take steps toward progress and culture change.

This month, we’ll be looking at three key groups: employees, investors, and policymakers. Check back next week for more!

RALIANCE provides consulting, assessment, and employee development services to help build more equitable workplace cultures and create environments free from sexual harassment, misconduct and abuse. We stand ready to support your organization’s goals – contact us today at [email protected] to get started.

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