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Eye on I&D
21 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 6: A win for inclusion – Title VII ruling creates opportunities to evolve workplace inclusion and culture now and for future generations
The landmark Title VII Supreme Court ruling to protect LGBTQ+ workers from discrimination can, and should, act as a spark for organizations to push the already-evolving I&D agenda even further and respond to the needs of all employees in different and unique ways.
33 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 5: Driving Change – A conversation on race, equity and the black experience in the workplace
To foster environments that are truly equitable and inclusive, it is necessary for leaders to enable difficult but productive conversations around race and the black experience in the workplace. In this episode panelists discuss the pressure on organizations to take meaningful action towards change by acknowledging and addressing systemic racism in the workplace and beyond.
18 minutes | a year ago
Episode 4: Show me the data – Measuring and monitoring your I&D progress
Organizations with successful I&D programs perform better financially and deliver higher returns to shareholders – and boards are taking note. Is the board’s responsibility to track progress, or to lead the way? This episode explores the dynamics between the evolving role of the board, company culture and measuring I&D.
24 minutes | a year ago
Episode 3: Well, well, well – Factoring I&D into your employee wellbeing strategy
The stakes are high when it comes to employee wellbeing programs and I&D. Bias and assumption can render wellbeing programs ineffective for segments of your workforce – but an inclusive perspective can prevent that.
35 minutes | a year ago
Episode 2: The workplace gender gap
The inclusion and diversity business case has been made, yet the workplace gender gap continues. This episode explores how myths get in the way, and how data, intention and leadership resolve can turn things around.
37 minutes | a year ago
Episode 1: How to get comfortable being uncomfortable at work
Walking into the office each day often comes with a decision: Can I be myself? Panelists Chris Moreland and Suzanne McAndrew share personal stories and address the need for organizations to understand how being “uncomfortable” impacts the employee experience.
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