Executive Sponsors Fuel High-Performing ERGs

Is your company looking for ways to turn friendly support groups into smarter, active teams that deliberately benefit the business?

Since the inception of the employee network group concept several decades ago, Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) have evolved far beyond their original mission of providing community engagement and a safe space for underrepresented groups in the corporate world.

In this white paper, we identify the roles and best practices Executive Sponsors can embrace as they lead Employee Resource Groups to reach new heights of engagement, as well as produce and measure results-driven business improvements.

The result? A coherent vision for sustainability—one that includes succession planning for Executive Sponsors, as well as ways to spread ERG influence and enthusiasm across the entire corporate culture.

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Executive Sponsors Fuel High-Performing ERGs

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