25 February 2021

How to Plan a Comprehensive DEIB Strategy for 2021 and Beyond

Stacia Garr


  • Slides from webinar hosted by RedThread and Cornerstone OnDemand on “How To Plan A Comprehensive DEI&B Strategy For 2021 And Beyond
  • Discusses how orgs can bring their DEI&B strategies to life through levers and activities
  • Details the role of technology and data in driving DEI&B

In this webinar, Stacia Garr of RedThread Research along with Bobby Chua of Cornerstone OnDemand, will help you and your organization reevaluate and improve your diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) strategy for 2021.

2020 was relentless. And it hit typically underserved and underrepresented communities the hardest.

Women left the workforce in record numbers. Lower-income earners saw their jobs evaporate. People of color were disproportionately affected by the pandemic and everything else. The support structures that were supposed to protect people collapsed left and right.

While no one person can fix all these issues, in 2021, there's no excuse for not reevaluating and improving the DEIB efforts at your company. We all can and need to do better.

Questions we'll answer:

  • What's the role of your company's purpose and culture in creating a better DEIB strategy for 2021?
  • How can your organization think about selecting levers and activities to ensure your plan comes to life?
  • What's the role of technology in facilitating diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging?
  • What types of data might help your leaders make better decisions?



Written by

Stacia Garr Redthread Research
Stacia Garr
Co-Founder & Principal Analyst

Stacia is a Co-founder and Principal Analyst for RedThread Research and focuses on employee engagement/experience, leadership, DE&I, people analytics, and HR technology. A frequent speaker and writer, her work has been featured in Fortune, Forbes, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal as well as in numerous HR trade publications. She has been listed as a Top 100 influencer in HR Technology and in D&I. Stacia has an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics.

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