Inclusion Training

How To Build an Effective, Modern Diversity and Inclusion Strategy

In this article series, we’ve been focusing on all-things diversity and inclusion. Diversity and inclusion are huge topics of conversation in the business world right now. From the #MeToo movement to concerns about Silicon Valley not having enough diversity among employees, it’s always in the media. Continue reading

Why Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Fail – and How To Do Things Differently

In our previous posts, we talked about the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace, the business value it brings, and how some businesses are doing it well. There’s another issue to discuss here, however. Continue reading

Companies Doing Diversity and Inclusion Right

Diversity vs. Inclusion or Diversity and Inclusion?

In our previous post, we discussed the business value of diversity and inclusion. Ideas of diversity and inclusion in the workplace aren’t simply terms that are thrown around. They should be real, specific and measurable components of a business strategy.

Before you can build an effective strategy that feels relevant and modern in 2018, some distinctions should be made between diversity and inclusion. The terms are often used together, and they do intersect with one another, but they also have distinctions that are important. Continue reading

The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion in 2018

Why Diversity Matters

Diversity and inclusion are two terms that in the business world were more about theories and concepts than actually putting them into practices. It’s not that most businesses actively tried not to focus on diversity and inclusion. Continue reading

#MeToo, Executive Training, and Employment Practices Liability: What To Know

Changes In Insurance After #MeToo

According to a recent article on Forbes.com, more CEOs and top company executives are being forced into corporate training programs following the #MeToo movement. The reason isn’t necessarily because they’re becoming more enlightened on topics of sexual harassment and hoping to better themselves. Instead, more carriers that offer Employment Practices Liability (EPL) insurance are demanding it. Continue reading