Sarah Gun Discusses Diversity In The Workplace And Social Enterprise

Diversity In The Workplace And Social Enterprise

Increasing evidence demonstrates that diversity in the workplace leads to better innovation and improved financial performance. Accepting people of all backgrounds, gender and varying physical capacity, is not just a nice idea, but when it comes to business, adopting an altruistic approach is also good business strategy.

Sarah Gun is an inspiring social entrepreneur, disruptor, and founder of GOGO events. Sarah is an activator for SheEO, Founder of Social Change Headquarters, and Director of GOGO Labour Hire. She is well versed in dealing with people from all walks of life, and is passionate about helping others do good.

In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Sarah shares her mechanisms for achieving positive business outcomes, and how changing your structures, presumptions of business, and approaches to hiring can improve business performance and at the same time, provide positive community outcomes.

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Amelia Veale

Amelia Veale

Amelia is the Chief Storyteller at Narrative Marketing. She has a passion for improving brand connection for brands and their customers, through story.