RELIGION IN THE WORKPLACE
Religious diversity is still an afterthought for many companies. That’s a costly mistake, in both human and financial terms.
Americans encounter more religious diversity at work than in any other sphere of life, yet religion is too often left out of the workplace diversity conversation. Proactively engaging religious diversity can lead to stronger team culture and better relationships with clients and consumers.
Diverse teams perform better — but only if team members have opportunities to engage their differences and share their strengths. When leaders intentionally engage this facet of identity, they strengthen a culture of belonging in their workplace and open up new opportunities for business growth.
Interfaith America works with CEOs, Chief Diversity Officers, ERG leaders, Talent Development teams, and others to build leadership skills to engage religion in the workplace. Interfaith America team members will offer an inspiring keynote at your company conference or speaker series, co-create and deliver training for managers using case studies and effective models that align with your company’s existing DEI goals, help launch an Interfaith ERG using proven best practices, or lead a customized consultation so your team can engage religious diversity more thoughtfully and effectively.
Eboo Patel, Founder of Interfaith America, gives a talk for Starbucks Pour Over Sessions.
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Interfaith America supports companies committed to unlocking the potential of religious diversity in their workplaces.
[Interfaith America] helped contextualize and frame a necessary and timely conversation that explored the intersection of faith, racial equity, and social justice movements.
— BEN HASAN, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND GLOBAL CHIEF CULTURE, DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSION OFFICER, WALMART INC.
Get inspired, equipped, and connected to unlock the potential of America’s religious diversity.