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The business case for diversity – sources and reports

Culturally intelligent leaders are 3.5 times more likely to get the full potential out of their staff.
Source: Centre for Talent Innovation, 2012

Your most engaged employees perform 20% better and are 87% less likely to leave your organisation.
Source: ‘Diversity: Bringing the Business Case to Life’, The B Team / Virgin Unite, 2015

Culturally intelligent leaders are 3.5 times more likely to get the full potential out of their staff

Your most engaged employees perform 20% better and are 87% less likely to leave your organisation

 

Diverse organisations are 45% more likely to improve their market share.
Source: ‘How Diversity Can Drive Innovation’, Harvard Business Review, 2013

Companies with at least 30% of women in leadership or executive positions add 6% to net profit margin.
Source: Peterson Institute for International Economics / EY, 2016

Diverse organisations are 45% more likely to improve their market share

Companies with at least 30% of women in leadership or executive positions adds 6% to net profit margin

 

Your workforce could be 10-30% more productive if all your LGBT employees felt comfortable being out at work.
Source: ‘The evidence is growing – there really is a business case for diversity, Financial Times, 2014

Teams with more than one member who represent your target customers are up to 158% more likely to understand their needs.
Source: ‘The real gap: fixing the gender pay divide’, Korn Ferry Hay Group, 2016

Your workforce could be 10-30% more productive if all your LGBT employees felt comfortable being out at work

Teams with more than one member who represent your target customers are up to 158% more likely to understand their needs

 

Diverse groups outperform homogeneous ones by 58% in team assessments.
Source: ‘Diversity makes you brighter’, New York Times, 2015

Diverse businesses are 35% more likely to financially outperform their industry’s national average.
Source: ‘Why diversity matters’, McKinsey, 2015

Diverse groups outperform homogeneous ones by 58% in team assessments

Diverse businesses are 35% more likely to financially outperform their industry’s national average

 

85% of the world’s CEOs say a clear diversity and inclusion strategy leads to increased performance.
Source: PwC 18th Annual Global CEO Survey, 2015

Teams with high levels of diversity and inclusion outperform their peers by 80%.
Source: ‘Waiter, is that inclusion in my soup? A new recipe to improve business performance’, Deloitte, 2013

85% of the world’s CEOs say a clear diversity and inclusion strategy leads to increased performance

Teams with high levels of diversity and inclusion outperform their peers by 80%