Sociopolitical Inclusion: When the Outside Comes Inside
LEADERS SEEKING TO BE INCLUSIVE ARE BEING confronted with the outside coming inside from all angles.
Chick-fil-A, Fisher Investments, Google, H&M, Hallmark, SoulCycle, Uber, Unilever, United Airlines . . . all got hit with it. Some exclusionary act took place with one of their products or within their places of business, which activated a trip wire of controversy touching deep diversity and inclusion issues. Fierce tweet storms triggered boycotts, dropped advertisers, and tarnished brands.
Meanwhile, government policies around immigration, speech, guns, police, climate, LGBTQ+, race, and reproductive rights in numerous countries are going against the D&I values that many corporations ...