Diversity is most successful
What you also need intrinsic motivation for is the active commitment to diversity in business. Every single day. Whether it is the board, the MT or a supervisory body: women are still severely underrepresented in it. Not to mention other (marginalized) groups. While diversity actually contributes to better business results, research shows time and again.
Not too long ago, NOM connected with Fundright. A venture capital movement committed to more diversity and inclusion in the startup world. Some of the white paper published about it:
'Look at the way questions are asked, the way the system is set up. Typically, for example, women are asked about their past, while men are allowed to talk about the future of their business. Exaggerated: Women, people with a different culture, people with disabilities, they often have to defend themselves. They have to talk about the risks, while white men are allowed on the attack, can talk about the bright future their company has. That falters.