Betsy’s guest today is Dr. Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio, a renowned expert in inclusive decision-making for senior leaders and a trusted advisor to major companies. She’s a distinguished figure in behavioral and data science, AI, and leadership strategy with affiliations at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Harvard Law School.

Dr. Cecchi-Dimeglio is also the author of “DIVERSITY DIVIDEND,” a book that emphasizes the transformative potential of small changes to promote diversity, attract talent, and enhance management.

In our conversation, we explore the reasons behind her book, the influence of strong women in her life, the importance of diversity and inclusion in leadership, and the impact of AI in the workplace. We also discuss the significance of effective onboarding and the crucial role of supportive mentors.

Furthermore, we highlight the potential workplace issues that can arise when leadership fails to champion diversity and inclusion. In my opinion, “DIVERSITY DIVIDEND” is a must-read for college students, CEOs, and anyone in leadership or management positions, offering valuable insights for improving organizational success and inclusivity.

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