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.
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.
Trainers have an enormous role to play in shifting employees’ mindset and are central to helping employees move from fear and resistance to adaptation. When it comes to supporting gender inclusivity, trainers play a particularly important role.
To engage learners, trainers must understand their biases and cultural assumptions, as they impact the connection and relationship they form with learners. Additionally, learning professionals must consider these biases as we create training objectives.
What are bootcamps doing to succeed in an industry marked by constant change? Let’s take a deep dive into the mentoring and coaching strategies, learning methods, diversity efforts, and other best practices coding bootcamps are using to ensure success.
With a greater awareness of what’s holding women back, talent professionals can create more learning and development opportunities for themselves and for other women in their organization.
Kanarys, a first-of-its-kind technology platform that fosters collaboration between companies and employees on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace, launches to the public today.
Bitwise Industries (www.bitwiseindustries.com) has raised $27M as part of its Series A financing led by Kapor Capital and New Voices Fund. This represents one of the largest Series A ever raised by a Latinx female-led company.