Leaders Matter - June 2019 - How to Align Talent Development with Equity Goals

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Ensure that equity reflects in how you train your leaders
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June 27, 2019
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Leaders Matter
Nonprofit leadership, careers, and recruiting
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Two Ways to Align Talent Development with Your Equity Goals
 
 
Talent development, and how people in your organization manage and support one another, is a key driver of culture. If inclusion and equity are important to you, these values should be reflected in your talent development practices. This article describes two ways you can ensure that your commitment to equity is reflected in how you train your leaders. 
 
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