“I’m sorry” An apology is only as good as actions that take place to correct what has been done wrong! When it comes to workplace inclusion, there is, unfortunately much more work that leadership has to do, to begin to promote and embed diversity.
A diversity and inclusion initiative is defined as a collective of activities thatengage with differences in culture, ability and disability, social background, lifestyle, gender and race within the workplace.
In actuality, diversity and inclusion initiatives have failed due to the lack of leadership engagement. Very often, there is an underlying feeling that by enabling others, power is taken away from the individual, particularly when it comes to the racial equality and diversity agenda.