Corporations Compassion Culture: Leading Your Business toward Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


The manner in which corporations are run globally is over. The author examines how corporations worldwide have failed when it comes to inclusion and gender equality and provides ideas on how businesses can address these issues.

This book will discuss the following:

> Identify behaviors to avoid, including dangerous activities pre-Covid-19 corporate America was already presenting to employees’ well-being, engagement, and productivity. Lack of inclusion, gender inequity, and overall lack of compassion were destroying workers quality of service and robbing employees of purpose.  Readers learn how to dismantle practices that jeopardize corporations very survival.

> Learn and adopt approaches exhibiting the new, better corporate America that enriches employees and provides profits to businesses. The leaders who recognize that employees, customers, and shareholders should be treated compassionately and equally are now displacing old leaders, and are succeeding in retaining the best talent and surviving the new realities. Topics examined include what works well, what the sacrifices are, and how to see tremendous financial payoff.

> Create strategies and tactics for integrating inclusion, gender equity, and compassion into businesses in a way that enriches society, employees, and the corporate entities themselves. Companies that value inclusion, equity, and compassion also see loyalty and innovation from their employees, and skyrocketing profits. Readers learn to design better businesses for employees who demand better environments, and for shareholders who demand corporate stability, risk mitigation (especially in unstable times), and solid profits.

> Measure and continuously evolve culture promoting risk mitigation, reputation preservation, employee retention, customer satisfaction, and profit generation. Each concept discussed ties back into practicing and improving these elements.


Keesa C. Schreane (New York, NY) is Global Partner Director at Refinitiv where she drives awareness and growth around World-Check Risk Intelligence database, which enables organizations’ compliance with regulations around anti-money laundering and sanctions while combatting financial crime such as human trafficking. She?s host and executive producer of Refinitiv Sustainability Perspectives a show exploring the role of responsible leadership and innovation across diverse industries. She is a featured columnist in publications such as Essence, Latina, and Black Enterprise magazines and an on-air contributor with NASDAQ and other television news outlets. Schreane is a corporate trainer and panelist on compassionate leadership at events such as CodeHer (Microsoft), Women in Business, Digital Summit, and Fusion. She served on the Girl Scout Council of Greater New York Leadership Advisory Board where she advised on STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering and Math) programming and has partnered with Black Girls Code and Girls Who Code, and currently serves on the Business Resource and Investment Service Center Board providing resources and consultation to start ups.


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