Allyship Bolsters The Bottom Line: How To Build A Strong Allyship Program

How can you build a strong allyship program?

Research shows that in organizations where allyship is a priority, employees are 50% less likely to leave and are 56% more likely to improve their performance. Innovation rates, revenue rates and profitability rates are higher for these allyship-focused organizations.

In this article Julie Kratz expands on the following ideas for building an effective allyship program in your organization.

  • Make Allyship Programs Exclusive
  • Don’t In-House Allyship
  • Prioritize Key Allyship Skills and Behaviors

 Want to hear directly from peers and subject matter experts on how they’ve built their own Allyship programs?

Join us live in NYC on August 8th for International Allyship Day where we will be convening with industry leading organizations to learn how to build the most effective allyship programs. Learn more and get your ticket here.

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