Best Practices From DiversityInc Top 50: How to Be on Top of the List

Is your company focusing its efforts on the right areas of diversity management The DiversityInc Top 50 Best Practices web seminar, featuring diversity leaders from PricewaterhouseCoopers and AT&T, reveals the five best practices that can deliver maximum results to your team.


During this 90-minute web seminar, Joanne McDonough, PricewaterhouseCoopers’ former Office of Diversity Director, and Debbie Storey, AT&T’s Senior Vice President of Talent Development and Chief Diversity Officer, explain how integrating diversity management into every facet of a business can increase market share and business innovation. PwC rose to No. 1 on the 2012 DiversityInc Top 50 list, up from No. 3 in 2011 and No. 6 in 2010. AT&T (No. 4) has maintained a ranking in the top five since 2009, rising from No. 22 in 2008.

Data from our survey show that excellence in diversity management is directly correlated to five best practices:

  1. Linking compensation to diversity management.
  2. Having diversity councils with rotational positions.
  3. Establishing cross-cultural mentoring programs with senior-management participation.
  4. Using resource groups for recruitment and understanding the marketplace.
  5. Increasing supplier-diversity spend.

During the web seminar, you will learn:

  • How PwC’s diversity-department structure is set up to achieve maximum effectiveness.
  • How the Candid Conversation Series enhanced cultural dexterity at PwC with all employees.
  • The business advantage in adopting LGBT tax-equalization benefits for employees.
  • The innovative types of resource groups AT&T is launching that directly tie into its business process.
  • How AT&T was able to increase its spend with diverse suppliers by 31 percent in one year.

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