Moving Beyond Diversity: How to Pivot from Inclusion to Belonging
Silver Pearl 3
Competencies: Interpersonal (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral), People (Technical) | Intended Audience: Senior-Level (Elevating DEI), Intermediate (Fostering DEI)
This session will help professionals at all levels understand the varying levels of inclusion, and demonstrate how strategic (DEI) learning can build truly inclusive workplaces.
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The research is clear—inclusive environments are performance enhancers. They are characterized by higher productivity, less turnover, and more resilient cultures. Organizations with employees who feel like they belong outperform the competition by as much as 202%. They are committed and passionate about the work they do, resulting in higher performance and lower turnover rates. Leaders who know how to cultivate positive emotion tap into an endless well of psychological capital – hope, optimism, confidence, resilience, and belief – that has the power to keep people and teams innovating, creating value, and more successful even in tough times. While basic research has shown that diverse and inclusive teams are better at problem-solving and fostering a global outlook, so many professionals still struggle with building strategies for the modern workplace that maximize inclusion and belonging at all levels. When advanced from a human and humane perspective, (DEI) challenges can become valuable opportunities for workplace inclusion, increased productivity, stronger team collaboration, and competitiveness amongst your market peers.
Attend and learn the real, tangible, and actionable steps to building a better workplace culture, using a proven method for culture change.
- Gain new insights into what culture is, and how to create, sustain and change it.
- Discover which traits in your existing culture help or hinder the creation of an inclusive culture.
- Find out how to build the business case for an inclusive culture in your organization.
- Review the prevalence and cost of poor employee well-being and unhealthy culture.