Maximizing DEI outcomes

A 3-step guide on how to leverage education to support a diverse workforce and further your equity and inclusion goals

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What’s in the guide

In recent years, business leaders have been called on to think bigger when it comes to making a positive impact toward a more socially just workplace. But how exactly have they fared with diversity, inclusion and equity (DEI) initiatives?

Not to the degree you might expect, as data shows that a majority of employees believe that their companies do not have the right policies in place that foster DEI.

However, it’s not too late to drive meaningful change. Organizations have the opportunity to create more inclusive and equitable workplaces, and achieve greater business impact by encouraging lifelong learning.

In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • Why high-quality learning opportunities that are accessible to all is a crucial, strategic investment for furthering DEI progress
  • Research results, including statistics, on why and how current skill-building programs fall short
  • Best practices to create an inclusive skill-building program for a diverse workforce
  • How companies can support under-represented groups by providing them with opportunities for education and continuous learning

What’s in the guide

Flexible, life-changing educational paths

With over 2,800+ degrees and credentials, InStride offers options for every learner to meet the talent development needs of your organization.
Bridge skills gaps
The world is changing fast, so are the skills employees need to develop to succeed. Maximize the impact of employee skill-building, both today and well in the future.
Drive employee engagement
Your people make the difference. Provide education paths that are valuable to them, to foster employee engagement and growth.
Elevate diversity, equity & inclusion
For many, DEI in the workplace has been limited due to systemic barriers. Drive business and social impact through equal access to education for underrepresented communities.