Posts in Diversity
Here's a recently revised, research-based infographic that contains important statistics on bias, diversity, harassment and bullying. Use the information to help make improvements in your workplace... and feel free to share the link with others.Read More »
A workplace characterized by trust and the respectful treatment of all employees provides powerful support for job satisfaction and employee engagement. This comprehensive post provides a thorough explanation of what a Respectful Workplace is, statistics on the link between respect and business results, and best practices for respectful workplace training.Read More »
This clip shows how blind auditions helped a symphony prevent gender bias. While most people don't believe they have biases, the reality is that everyone does...in one way or another. Working to reframe and challenge our hidden biases is something each of us can do to positively impact our workplace.Read More »
As the workforce continues to grow and diversify—spanning different ages, backgrounds, values, and communication styles—the potential for conflict, divisiveness, and alienation of others increases. The ability to use "filters" is one way to maintain a respectful, inclusive workplace.Read More »
A diverse work team where everyone is able to fully contribute is typically much more successful long term than a team where everyone thinks the same and settles for the status quo.
In addition to ensuring that your workplace welcomes diversity, make sure all employees are given the chance to contribute and that they understand the importance of letting others do the same. Here are two tips that can help get it done.
A new training video from Media Partners teaches employees how to recognize unconscious bias in the workplace, and prevent and stop harassment, as well.Read More »