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It is invaluable to have people who are knowledgeable about the best practices in diversity who also know the organization they are working for.
Diverse and inclusive teams are more innovative and tend to make decisions that are more sustainable. Stepping outside our comfort zones, allows each of us to become better than who we think we can be. It also helps organizations to be more reflective, responsive and relevant to the changing markets and communities they serve.
A core value of the Hamilton Community Foundation is Inclusiveness. The philanthropic organization addresses issues that improve Hamilton’s quality of life, especially in disadvantaged neighbourhoods. By focusing on economic diversity it deals with poverty and works with low-income and under-represented neighborhoods.
Listen to this interview with Hamlin Grange of DiversiPro about why organizations must become more culturally competent in order to attract the best talent, develop a culture of innovation and to be more productive.