5 Steps to Building an Inclusive Workplace
Genuinely diverse workforces can do a world of good to make companies more innovative and productive. These five steps will help you build an inclusive workplace.
BUILD AN EFFECTIVE DIVERSITY STRATEGY
Hiring employees from underrepresented groups is just the first step. To make the most of their diverse workforces, companies must enlist full support for diversity from top management and set clear, ambitious yet realistic goals.
FOSTER THE RIGHT WORKPLACE CULTURE
Having a truly inclusive workplace means making sure that everyone's voice is heard. Find out how to make workplace cultures more welcoming to all kinds of people.
ADDRESS UNCONSCIOUS BIAS
Subconscious bias is the most intricate obstacle for achieving inclusive diversity. Learn about the pervasive attitudes and judgments that hold many organizations back and how best to eliminate them.
LEVERAGE DIVERSITY TO BOOST INNOVATION
Investing in teams that are genuinely diverse pays off even in hard numbers. Learn how to assemble an innovation dream team.
LEARN ABOUT DIVERSITY'S NEXT FRONTIER: NEURODIVERSITY
Diverse workplaces must also make room for people with identifiable conditions like autism, dyslexia or ADD. Not only can organizations benefit from their unique talents, they will also be able to relate better to their customer base, which is, by nature, neurodiverse as well.