For inclusivity to stick, learning experiences must align with a company’s purpose, be tailored to its culture and support the needs of diverse learners.
For inclusivity to stick, workplace learning experiences must be aligned with a company’s overall purpose, be tailored to its culture and support the needs of diverse learners.
Building a safe and inclusive learning culture has taken center stage this year, with a focus on bringing a diverse set of perspectives to the table. The spotlight has been on helping leaders refine their approach to drive long-lasting change.
In the learning and development (L&D) context, inclusive design ensures that people benefit from richer, deeper learning experiences. These experiences, in turn, lead to greater organizational inclusivity and, ultimately, effectiveness.