By Nika White via https://www.entrepreneur.com/
Diversifying the workplace is a top priority for many companies these days, but some haven’t figured out how to retain, support and promote the Black women they already have.
Diversifying the workplace is a top priority for many companies these days. While some companies pride themselves on increasing the presence of Black women and other minority groups in the workplace, they still haven’t figured out how to retain, support and promote the Black women they have.
Although the presence of Black women in corporate America has increased, still only 1.4% of them hold executive positions. Despite the lack of representation and support, Black women continue to push the envelope and pave the way for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) to flourish in the workplace. However, they can’t succeed at the expense of their mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing.
That’s what Minda Harts, author of Right Within: How to Heal Racial Trauma in the Workplace, thinks, too. Right Within, which I have been raving about for weeks, is a call to action for women…