Recruit from cultural organizations and schools with a diverse population of students.
Create partnerships within your organization, focused on relationship building and career navigation.
Engage a diverse group of employees in the interviewing and decision making process when looking for new hires.
Take a look at your company’s job requirements and interviewing questions to weed out hidden bias.
Incorporate diversity & inclusion goals into management and leadership evaluations.
Increase multicultural talent nominations for award programs.
Submit names for award and recognition judging panels.
Pitch multicultural creative campaigns and organizational initiatives for recognition.
Encourage multicultural engagement on social media platforms.
Identify diverse speakers for panels at various levels of leadership.
Conduct formal training programs.
Implement discipline rotation programs.
Create open access to competitive, high-profile assignments.
Promote diverse attendance at industry events to represent the organization.
Build mentorship and career path training.
Make conscious decisions to produce and disseminate advertising messages that portray the many facets of multicultural life.
Challenge creative teams to present ideas that do not reiterate common stereotypes.
Showcase examples of work that portray multicultural people in various life situations.
Seek the opinion of multicultural professionals and consumers regarding images that resonate.
Partner with education, entertainment and law enforcement entities to create best practices to dispel the stereotypes and assist in disseminating realistic images.