The importance of inclusion and diversity is clearly a hot topic – the #MeToo Movement, #NoMoreManels being promoted by the Globe & Mail’s Andre Picard, and even Digital Health Canada’s Top 10 Women Leaders Award – have all helped highlight the need for more to be done to support more women in leadership positions in Canadian workplaces and boards. Our next challenge also includes broadening and supporting diversity beyond gender, including race, age, sexual orientation and disability, to name a few.
We pride ourselves as Canadians as being diverse, but how are we really performing in eliminating bias and increasing our diverse pool of talent within digital health? Does better diversity and inclusion (D&I) increase your organization’s performance and ability to innovate? And lastly, how can digital health professionals and organizations (big and small) support better D&I initiatives?
Click on the link below to read more.