View Your Efforts With A Critical Lens


This. Article. Right. Here. —> What Needs to Change About DEI – And What Doesn’t by Lily Zheng

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Many of you may have noticed that my tagline for 2024 has been “Translating Promises to Practice” (Trademark pending… 🙂).

This article from the Harvard Business Review summarizes so much of what I have seen from a critical leadership lens and what I have been articulating in internal and external spheres.

The author hits this topic with such directiveness and drops the mic multiple times. I encourage you to take the 5 minutes to read it. Then, when you have your next leadership meeting, discuss how you can ensure you are truly integrating this work into the daily operations of your organization.

Let ODLC know how we can support your Translation of Promises to Practice as your go-to strategic leadership resource. Soliciting a critical review of your efforts can make a huge difference and catapult you to the next level.

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Dr. Erica Taylor
ODLC Founder

Written by Dr. Taylor
Founder, CEO of ODLC Practice: Duke University Subspecialty: Hand Surgery Dr. Taylor believes the unique combination of our lived experiences, passion for changing the landscape of orthopaedics, and strengths in strategic diversity leadership make the ODLC powerful and inimitable.