By Tim Ryan
If you’d asked me a year ago whether one of my first major initiatives as Chairman of PwC (No. 3 on the Fair360, formerly DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) would be a new firm-wide Blindspots Training, I would have had to say no.
Back when I decided to run for this position, my platforms were numerous — enhancing the firm’s commitment to technological innovation, building a workforce equipped for the future, giving our people back more of their time for work/life balance. Continuing to build on PwC’s diversity-focused programming was certainly a priority, but one among many.