D&I is everyone’s responsibility. Learning leaders should be authentic in their interactions, particularly because they are often seen as the "go-to" person for organizational challenges.
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Diversity is not an afterthought. It is intentional and begins with carefully crafted career paths that are inclusive of both the needs of the business and talent.
If the organization can prove a connection between performance and mental health, they can shift the away from theory to impact on the bottom line.
CGR is a company’s ability to recognize and proactively address the unique and often-overlooked needs of its female employees, board members and customers.
Let’s take a look at five areas of the employee life cycle that could be used to create intentional paths to belonging and engagement.
Despite the advantages, remote work also has the potential to reveal and exacerbate inequity in our workplaces. Therefore, as we move forward into the future of work, the challenge will be to create workplace environments with equity in mind.
Learning and development (L&D) and DEI have invaluable insights to share with one another and will become increasingly collaborative as time goes on.