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Today’s employees — particularly young ones — expect their employers to speak out about the social, political, and environmental issues they care about.
And many organizations have complied, only to find themselves locked into a cycle of perpetual statement-making that is often tangential to their organizational priorities — or even runs against their political spending.

Companies would be wise to reconsider how they determine what to prioritize and discuss internally and externally — and perhaps most important, how to involve employees early in the process. To achieve this, leaders need to design organizations in which regular discussions about social priorities is anticipated; ethical concerns are part of day-to-day work; politics are considered a healthy part of discourse; and everyone is attuned to how corporate choices impact human beings.

Tap the link in our bio to read this article by Alison Taylor, and the entire Big Idea package, “When Business and Politics Collide.”

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