How CEOs can make DEI a priority

There is increasing evidence that when organizations are diverse, inclusive, and equitable, everyone benefits, writes Jan Shelly Brown, Diana Ellsworth, and Dana Maor. For instance, companies in the top quartile for gender diversity on their executive teams were more likely than less-diverse peers to have above-average profitability, according to one study. Nevertheless, companies are struggling to make meaningful progress when it comes to their DEI efforts. Check out these insights for ways your organization can set and achieve successful DEI strategies, and bookmark The McKinsey guide to excelling as a CEO for the latest insights and advice on topics that should be at the top of your agenda.

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