In 2020, we learned that nothing is predictable. We learned how to be more agile and nimble than some may never have imagined. Building on those experiences, 2021 is an ideal time to step back, evaluate your business, and take action to build a culture of innovation and inclusion, not only because it’s good for business, but because it will make for a stronger team. And that stronger team may be comprised of people with different cultural backgrounds, experiences, genders, points of view, and so on.
Research indicates that companies with above-average staff diversity often see a greater proportion of revenue come from innovation driven by diverse perspectives. One study found that when a firm moved from no female leaders to just 30% women leadership, their net revenue increased by 15%.
As we feature women in print on this webinar, attendees will hear how embracing and fostering an organizational culture based on diversity and inclusion is a successful approach that can improve operating performance and yield more innovation in print. You will learn:
- The importance of fresh perspectives in the print industry and building a company culture that is centered on fostering innovation and collaboration.
- With Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day just behind us, what learnings were garnered that can be put into practice in the print industry to help drive innovation and do more for customers?
- How can a more diversified staff and leadership team help the overall industry flourish?
Attendees will leave this webinar with an actionable list of ways to expand their company’s focus on innovation and inclusion and proof points of why it’s good for business.