DIVERSE LEADERSHIP TEAMS DELIVER BETTER RESULTS
ALL OF THE STUDIES IN THIS AREA COME TO THE SAME CONCLUSION: MORE DIVERSE LEADERSHIP TEAMS DELIVER BETTER RETURNS. A 2015 STUDY BY MCKINSEY ON DIVERSITY & A 2013 WILLIAMS INSTITUTE LGBT+ WORKPLACE STUDY FOUND THAT:
In the UK for every 10% increase in gender diversity in the senior-executive team, EBIT rose by 3.5%
Companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35% more likely to have financials returns above respective industry medians
Certain industries perform better on gender diversity and other industries on ethnic and racial diversity. No industry or company is in the upper quartile on both dimensions
Supportive LGBTQ policies led to improved staff health outcomes, increased job satisfaction and greater job commitment. All significant contributors to employee productivity
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