Effective diversity, equity and inclusion programs go beyond stale compliance training and help ensure that everyone is treated fairly.
Dr. Mona Sue Weissmark has just launched her new book, "The Science of Diversity," which is now available for media review. The book is available through the publisher, Oxford University Press, and also through Amazon.
If we are to train leaders to be inclusive, we need to know what makes people feel included. And it comes down to the most important human drive: to be a unique self while belonging to a group.
Businesses have been talking about diversity in the workforce for a few decades now, and maybe longer. When diversity first became a hot topic, businesses were discussing why having a diverse workforce was beneficial and how to go about growing one fairly.
What would true workplace diversity look like? When asked this question, many people tend to describe an image of an ethnically diverse team with an equal amount of men and women. However, workplace diversity covers more than race and gender.
Executive teams in the top quartile of ethnic diversity are 33% more likely to outperform their peers. However, to reap all the benefits of a diverse workforce, provide inclusion training so that all team members thrive thrive through authenticity.
Delivering intercultural competence training can be challenging. However, thanks to modern learning technology and analytics tools, it has become more effective and sustainable.
Qstream, makers of enterprise-grade mobile microlearning software that reinforces training content and drives behavior change, announced their expansion into corporate diversity and inclusion programs, highlighted by a new partnership with Culture Coach.