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Dr Bree Gorman - Why diversity is important for society and also a companies bottom line.

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Dr Bree Gorman is the founder of Bree Gorman Consulting. A boutique consulting company that focuses on helping organizations become more diverse and inclusive. Dr Gorman has hands-on experience in identifying the barriers to equality that exist in organisations and has a tool kit of actions to draw upon that can work to decrease risk, improve performance and create inclusion.

In this episode we talk about the following:

  • Why diversity is important for organizations
  • How individuals can take action to become allies within organizations
  • The link between profitability and diverse organizations

I hope you enjoy the episode!

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