A joke, compliment or remark: What’s wrong with them, right? Think again. These ‘termite biases’ might be just what needs to be addressed to nurture inclusion.
This third article in the series aims to delve deeply into the ethical considerations and frameworks for responsible AI adoption in Learning and Development. It will explore the nuances of ethical AI, adapting existing frameworks, mitigating bias, ensuring transparency, and fostering a culture that prioritizes responsible AI practices in the L&D domain. Welcome to this […]
How to develop self-awareness and navigate around obstacles on your leadership journey.
The ways in which AI-based technologies can enable neurodiverse individuals to maximise their true potential in the workplace and beyond.
Why is ageism being ignored in today’s workplaces?
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), a global association of leading graduate business schools, today announced the winners of the 2023 GMAT Talent and Opportunity Scholarshipfor the Europe region. The program, well into its second year, aims to increase the number of underrepresented business school candidates by encouraging applications from women, people with disabilities, ethnic minorities, […]
Should free speech be sacrificed in the interests of inclusion?
Sarah Dewar outlines some steps that can help guide organisations on how they can take action and create a more inclusive and supportive workplace environment.
We explore L&D’s role in disability inclusion.
Half-hearted inclusion is worse than exclusion – so why are companies still doing it?
In certain situations, hiring a coach to bring about change may be inappropriate.
Addressing inclusion-related conflict involves creating safe spaces where open and respectful conversations can take place.
Accountability underpins meaningful and effective learning around diversity, equity and inclusion.
The role of men and masculinity in workplace culture.
Why men need ‘psychological safety’ at work more than ever.
By first confronting the discomforting truth, we can then take action to create workplaces where opportunities are equally available.
Best practices in DEI aren’t always one thing or the other. The most important thing is our capability to discuss what’s transpired in a respectful and meaningf
Scenario-based learning can reduce training fatigue and drive results.
It’s not enough to simply expand traditional DEI exercises; we need to reframe and re-imagine to ensure diverse experiences and backgrounds aren’t overlooked.
Start the conversation: Ways to consider healthcare holistically in the workplace for male colleagues