There is an even more "nuanced benefit of workplace diversity: non-homogenous teams are simply smarter," according to a body of research being conducted over the last several years on why diverse teams are smarter.
We know women in executive, leadership and board positions = stronger profits The research, NYTimes (and Warren Buffet) back this up.
We also know "ethnic and racial diversity in management were 35% more likely to have financial returns above their industry mean." (McKinsey report)
Great in theory, but what does this all mean in the here and now? If we expect to see different results, we need to approach things differently.
Instead of being "right," we need to align ourselves to do what works. That takes such things as:
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