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.
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.
Every human being – including every employee at your company – has biases. When business decisions are influenced by unconscious bias, it can have a major impact on the diversity and culture of your company.