BCT Partners and Red Fern Consulting announce the launch of the first Virtual Reality tool that will transform diversity training programs and help to mitigate unconscious bias in the workplace.
Realizing the real business impact diversity and inclusion can have, many organizations now have chief diversity and inclusion officers (CDOs) on their executive teams.
A new, better approach to gender diversity training would carefully consider what research is available and would add in a dose of common sense and humanity.
Here are six reasons training functions need to be cautious of promoting and depending on unconscious bias training alone.
Training organizations are well-positioned to improve day-to-day employee culture and overall business performance.
Over 70 percent of American workers are employed in family businesses. Most are non-family members (NFMs) who rarely receive training during onboarding on best practices in communicating with the family members who are in charge.
Educating your audience with some mindfulness tools is a useful first step that can help to foster a more productive dialogue when dealing with difficult topics.