By shifting their approach, business leaders can make a difference and put their organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts on the right track.
For an organization to be truly inclusive, supporting all employees and becoming a more supportive and more effective place to work, leaders must have certain traits and skills.
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.
To be successful, D&I initiatives must be more strategic and take a broader and more holistic approach to developing talent.
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.
By advancing disability inclusion, improving the remote work experience and making learning more accessible, robots can drive inclusion in the workplace.