07 March 2022

Quick Summary: DEIB Metrics

Priyanka Mehrotra
Research Lead


  • This infographic is a summary of our report DEIB metrics: An Essential Guide
  • DEIB metrics are important for orgs to check their assumptions, meet consumer, investor, and employee expectations, and help them measure their progress towards meeting their DEIB goals
  • There are metrics under each diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging that orgs should use

Organizations need to show that they are making good, or some level of progress, on their diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) commitments. While DEIB metrics are the obvious answer, how to select, collect, use, and maintain them is not so clear.

This infographic (click on the image below to get the full version) is a summary of our report DEIB Metrics: An Essential Guide.

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Defining DEIB metrics, explaining their purpose, and some examples of them

Priyanka Mehrotra
Research Lead at RedThread Research

Priyanka Mehrotra is a Research Lead at RedThread Research. Before joining the company in 2018, she was part of the research team at Bersin by Deloitte where she worked on talent management, D&I, and people analytics as well as conducted research and contributed content for Bersin’s Mid-market study. Prior to Bersin by Deloitte, Priyanka worked at several non-profits, think-tanks, and international organizations where she published and co-authored several articles.


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