6 Ways to Be an Inclusive Manager in a Diverse Workforce
Diversity in the workplace brings the skills, perspectives, and experiences organizations require to be successful and productive.
These advantages of having a diverse workforce are overshadowed if managers aren't facilitating inclusion, or if there is any bias in the workplace due to the hiring of minorities, people of a different colour or even gender.
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There is a significant relationship between competitive profit gains and diversity.
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Recognize the Connection Between Innovation and D&I. Diversity and inclusion increase innovation and reduce business risk.
The concept of cognitive diversity focuses on diversity of thinking and is composed of four dimensions:
Take a moment to consider if your employees and team members are coming to you with new ideas and innovations.
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Companies with increased growth are 72% more likely to have high diversity in their organization.
Use Learning & Development (L&D) training to raise awareness about the current state of diversity and inclusion in your work environment.
Up to 70% of trainees forget what they learn within 24 hours after training. However, it does not have to be the case for your employees.
An effective leader will implement and integrate an agile training infrastructure into their daily operations that can change quickly to keep up with the pace of innovation.