DWD is not your father’s DEI. Research conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) shows that the deepest hunger for DWD exists among younger CEOs.
DIVERSITY WITHOUT DIVISION differs from mainstream DEI programs in three key ways:
DWD rejects the labeling and shaming of people, no matter what group they’re born into.
DWD defines “diversity” to include diversity of viewpoint. Individuals aren’t identical even when they belong to the same demographic.
DWD doesn’t teach what we’re allowed to think; it teaches how we can think more clearly by lowering emotional defenses on all sides.
That’s how DWD cultivates unity — not conformity or chaos.