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Let's Imagine Podcast EPISODE 17: Why equity, diversity, and inclusion in board governance & decent work practices are non-negotiables with Paul Taylor

Let's Imagine Podcast EPISODE 17: Why equity, diversity, and inclusion in board governance & decent work practices are non-negotiables with Paul Taylor

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Why equity, diversity, and inclusion in board governance & decent work practices are non-negotiables with Paul Taylor

 

 

Image: Paul TaylorIn this episode of Let's Imagine, we welcome Paul Taylor, co-founder of Evenings and Weekends Consulting to discuss the importance of equity, diversity, and inclusion in board governance, and why many organizations struggle to actualize these principles. We also delve into the concept of decent work, the intersection of board governance with the promotion of decent work practices, and the role of board members in facilitating fair employment practices.

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