Executives are eager to tout their understanding that diversity drives innovation. But that’s just step 1. While hiring a diverse workforce is critical, the key to lasting results is creating a culture where people of all backgrounds feel included.
Unconscious bias training is grounded in a commitment to the advantages of workforce diversity, which include fostering increased creativity, enhancing teamwork, and achieving exemplary customer service and community relations.
Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) has further enhanced and expanded its capabilities in the People Advisory Services (PAS) business with the acquisition of the strategic people consultancy firm, PeopleFirm.
Hive Learning — the peer learning platform that radically accelerates innovation, collaboration and inclusion — is proud to launch the Inclusion Works Leaders Network; an exclusive online community for D&I leaders and culture visionaries.
New buzzwords regularly enter the workplace. The phrase “psychological safety” is taking the corporate world by storm. What does it mean in the broader discussion about workplace diversity, and how can organizations achieve it?
Our perceptions are unique, based on our past knowledge, experience, and cultural norms and assumptions. How might trainers’ biases, inaccurate perceptions, assumptions and expectations affect the success of training and impede in successful learning?
What mindset is necessary for effectively engaging with conflict, diversity and inclusion? It starts with compassion — but not the traditional version of compassion that focuses exclusively on empathy, kindness, caring and selflessness.