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Naifa advisors tell naifa's diversity symposium that diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do, and it makes good economic sense. the economic case for diversity: how advisors are using diverse markets to build their practices. The economic case for diversity: how advisors are using diverse markets to build their practice advisor panel moderated by: delvin joyce, clu, chfc, ricp, prosperity wealth group. The business case for diversity in the workplace is now overwhelming. we live in a complex, interconnected world where diversity, shaped by globalization and technological advance, forms the fabric of modern society. notwithstanding this interconnectedness, there is also growing polarization – both in the physical and digital worlds. The business case is a pro diversity argument against the status quo — and the status quo is bias. this treats diversity as if it is optional, and the biased status quo is an appropriate fall. The decision making team requires contributions from multiple voices across gender, age, economic, cultural, and locational divides. in case the existing decision makers are not adequately diverse, we recommend partnering with an agency that could provide an objective bird’s eye view.
A better future. diversity and inclusion should be an integral component of your management strategy. today's executives and hr leaders need to engage diverse on demand consultants and advisors as. The evidence is clear: diversity significantly improves vcs’ financial performance on measures such as profitable investments at the individual portfolio company level and overall fund returns. Even fewer, 15% felt their companies were excellent in developing diverse executive talent, and 83% believed that companies should be doing more to promote gender and racial diversity.
The Economic Case For Diversity: How Advisors Are Using Diverse Markets To Build Their Practice