Baker Stuart’s Insight: With ever-more diverse workforces being crucial to the success of corporations, TalentCulture answers the question of how to create a truly inclusive organisation. Realising that diversity and inclusion is a process, not a programme, is a great starting point.
Inclusion is a popular buzzword, but are companies doing more than just paying lip service to the idea? Some organizations truly want to create an inclusive culture, but many leaders don’t fully understand what that entails. If you’re working on making your workplace more inclusive, consider these four steps. Define an Inclusive Culture
There’s some confusion regarding the definition of an inclusive culture. Just because your company has some racial and gender diversity doesn’t mean you can check the inclusion box. “In an inclusive culture, everyone has the opportunity to do their best work no matter who they are, what they do or where they work,” says Simma Lieberman , an inclusion expert who is the author of “110 Ways to Champion Diversity and Build Inclusion ” and who recently launched a podcast, Every Day Conversations on Race for Every Day People .
In a truly inclusive workplace, she says, […]