Live In Their World has launched a new remote learning program using virtual reality (VR) to help bridge racial and gender bias in the workplace.
Despite many well-intentioned diversity efforts, however, we still find mostly white men at the top of organizations. What’s getting in the way?
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.
We still lack data proving that unconscious bias training is resulting in women’s gaining representation in the C-suite or in significant progress toward pay equality. In fact, some experts say the problem of gender inequality is expanding.