Diversity. Equity. Inclusion. Seldom have three words been packed with so much potential, yet also mired in controversy. They can be bounced around like political footballs; serve as HR “to-do” boxes aimed at maintaining a status quo; or be harbingers of real change that accelerate the success of the people, companies and industries who understand that there’s a business case to be made for DEI and widen their strategic planning accordingly.
Mary Kay Inc. released a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) statement celebrating Global Diversity Awareness Month and highlighting the transformative changes the company has enacted within its model, as well as through external touchpoints.