Increased Diversity

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.

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Take a moment to consider if your employees and team members are coming to you with new ideas and innovations.

To create a sense of security where employees will feel safe to share their ideas, tailor your training strategy to employees ' individual strengths. The employees will feel safe in the training environment and be more willing to take risks when sharing their ideas. From the training room, it can spread organically into day-to-day operations and the workplace culture.

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.

To develop as an effective leader, recognize where there's room for improvement.

Training professionals will give you objective expertise and training strategies that can bring about real change to how you and your organization currently function.

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Diversity & Inclusion

There is a significant relationship between competitive profit gains and diversity.

Companies with gender, ethnic and racial diversity are at least 15 percent more likely to experience above-average financial returns.

They value possibilities and they spark energy and imagination.

They tend to be creative thinkers who believe taking big risks can produce great outcomes. They are outgoing, spontaneous and adaptable.

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