How can training professionals move beyond producing initial enlightenment to produce genuine lasting change that protects and enhances the organization?
By shifting their approach, business leaders can make a difference and put their organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts on the right track.
Diversity is an important element of every organization. It gives you access to a greater range of talent; helps to provide insights into your customer base; and contributes to the overall effectiveness of the business.
You may have tried everything to foster diversity, equity and inclusion in your workplace, but what actually works? One answer is investing in and nurturing a coaching culture.
Inclusivity means more than building a workforce that is representative of multiple backgrounds, ideas and cultures. It involves the extent to which employees feel valued.
We all know that diversity is important, but without inclusion and belonging, your organization won’t maximize the benefits that diversity brings.