In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Lisa Russell (Aleria) and Alexis Gonzales-Black (August Public) talk about how organizations can build stronger, more inclusive workplaces through better decision-making.
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Decision-making takes place at every level of an organization every single day, whether within a team working on a project, a department setting targets, or in the C-Suite as leaders make structural changes. In this episode, Lisa Russell, co-founder and CEO of Aleria, along with Alexis Gonzales-Black, Partner and Org Design Practice Lead at August Public, will discuss how organizations can build stronger, more inclusive workplaces through better decision-making. They share insights and data from Aleria’s work measuring inclusion that demonstrate how decision-making structures cause exclusion and the most common frustrations employees have, as well as tangible tips and guidance from August Public’s work to change how people approach decision-making and improve these processes.
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