PNC can achieve significant business results and competitive advantages by being diverse and inclusive across customer, employee and community interactions as well as in our supplier relationships.
Together, diversity and inclusion produce an engaged workforce that more closely mirrors the markets PNC serves, better positioning us to increase profitability by acquiring customers, account relationships and revenue.
Demographic trends in the U.S. make inclusion a necessity for the continued success of PNC. In today’s business world, the customers in PNC’s footprint are diverse and becoming more so. These populations also include individuals who will be a part of tomorrow’s top talent, talent that PNC will compete for along with other top Fortune companies.
By embracing diversity of thought, background, ethnicity and gender, PNC is a more inclusive organization that delivers better business outcomes.
In looking for ways to retain and advance PNC women with technical talent an objective would be introducing a Lean in Circles.
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How it works
A Lean In Circle is a small group of 8–12 women who meet regularly to support one another and learn new skills.
Why join a Circle?
85% of members credit their Circle with a positive change in their lives.