Inclusion in the workplace is beneficial, especially for enterprise-sized organizations. From increased profitability, to enhanced innovation, and a better employee experience, the incentives for inclusivity are all there. And while companies have been focused on diversifying their workforce, CLOs are working to remove inherent biases from their learning programs.
In this session, a key thought leader in the D&I space will discuss key steps they took to build an inclusive learning:
•Working with a team of diverse perspectives to identify potential barriers to learning and develop creative solutions to learning impediments
•Implementing an oversight team to review current and future development programs with an eye on ensuring that unconscious biases are mitigated
•Driving and fostering a culture of inclusive learning where employees feel safe to share concerns