Opinion: Taking diversity to the next level

Ian Donaldson

Over the last 20 years or so, workplace diversity standards have no doubt improved. Not only is it the law, but the business case has been clearly articulated. Diverse workforces mean different points of view, new approaches, richer discussions, better decision making – and ultimately more successful businesses.

Organisations introduced diversity policies, appointed human resources leads, and established committees.

But the truth is that the majority of people in senior positions within the

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