Director, Diversity Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
We are searching for a head of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEI&B) supporting the social impact strategy and responsible for the company's global DEI&B strategy focused on growing an inclusive culture, enabling and supporting underrepresented people, and changing the way we do business to better connect with customers, employees and partners. As a leader in the Community & Advocacy team, this person will also play a key role in connecting Logitech globally with external people and organizations who are working to improve fairness and eradicate racism. The role will work collaboratively across disciplines to ensure D&I is embedded in the context of Logitech’s overall social impact and business strategy.
Be the bridge for teams throughout the company to integrate Logitech’s social impact initiatives so they’re cohesive and support Logitech’s Equality & Environment values
Define the long-term strategic plan for how Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging comes to life at Logitech, and how by changing the way we do business we can better serve people.
Be an advocate for driving Logitech’s Accountability and Action Commitments, more specifically, transparently measuring and reporting our progress through the annual DEIB report and supporting education at every level.
Be a trusted advisor to leaders, and work collaboratively across disciplines to ensure all brands, businesses and functions have a diversity and inclusion plan tailored to how they can drive the most impact in the business and for the people we serve.
Develop goals and metrics for Logitech to be able to analyze the impact of the programs on employees, and the people in the communities we touch. Leverage data & analysis across the organization to define social impact and DEIB targets tailored for department needs and which ladder up to the larger company goals & objectives.
Partner with People & Culture colleagues globally to maximize our impact finding, growing and retaining diverse people.
Ensure the D&I program has global impact, and that we advocate for under-represented groups - both internally and externally - through programs like our employee resource groups, corporate giving, and community relations efforts.
Work closely with our internal and external communities to understand and surface the social topics or issues Logitech should consider proactively or reactively to take a company stance on. Work cross-functionally to quickly and efficiently make decisions and take action.
Work with the Sustainability team to align regularly on the landscape of Logitech’s social impact programs, demonstrating Logitech’s commitment Equality & Environment to its internal and external communities.
The Ideal Candidate:
Ability to influence at all levels across the organization from the CEO, executive leadership team, business group leaders, ERG leaders, and global cross-functional partners
Ability to coach the CEO, leadership team and management on external matters such as social and racial injustices, and internal matters such as business inequities
Strong business acumen and experience leading and delivering global diversity, equity and inclusion programs
Clear communicator, with the ability to speak and present internally at every level, and externally through media or speaking opps about Logitech’s Social Impact and DE&I program
A natural passion for people and contributing to the causes, globally, that combat inequity
Logitech is the sweet spot for people who are passionate about products, making a mark, and having fun doing it. As a company, we’re small and flexible enough for every person to take initiative and make things happen. But we’re big enough in our portfolio, and reach, for those actions to have a global impact. That’s a pretty sweet spot to be in and we’re always striving to keep it that way.
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