Nearly every health care organization aspires to build a truly diverse and inclusive workplace. Yet, when these efforts are siloed from the organization’s talent management strategy, their likelihood of making a significant and sustainable difference is diminished.
In order to move closer to your aspiration of being a destination workplace for talent from all backgrounds, identities and perspectives, you must embed diversity and inclusion in every aspect of your talent management strategy.
Through extensive secondary literature and in partnership with our Advisory Board experts, we developed this maturity model outlining four stages that represent how integrated Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) is into each dimension of talent management including: workforce planning, succession planning, performance management, and more. As HR leaders, you can use this tool any time you evaluate your talent management strategy or if you’re looking to start working on your D&I strategy.
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