This series of articles will explore the “what now” — how organizations currently approach racial equity and inclusion and how training managers can lead the way toward a more just future of work.
Effective diversity, equity and inclusion programs go beyond stale compliance training and help ensure that everyone is treated fairly.
University of Arkansas researchers have developed the first diversity intelligence scale that employers can use to ensure and improve diversity, inclusion and equity within their organizations.
By shifting their approach, business leaders can make a difference and put their organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts on the right track.
You may have tried everything to foster diversity, equity and inclusion in your workplace, but what actually works? One answer is investing in and nurturing a coaching culture.
By advancing disability inclusion, improving the remote work experience and making learning more accessible, robots can drive inclusion in the workplace.
As humans, we want to be included in decisions that impact us, our teams and our organizations as a whole, but often, we leave out integral people. Intentional or not, this exclusion leads to disengagement, turnover, office gossip and avoidable errors.
There may be some signs of inclusion and certainly there is more diversity, but are people working in more inclusive workplaces?
Organizations that are moving the needle on inclusion know that it is important to create a shared understanding of inclusive behaviors and the benefits of having a diverse workforce.