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  • Character Traits for Leading DEI

    Consider the combination of character traits an individual must have to excel as a DEI leader. Find out what’s meant by the term “growth mindset” and why it’s essential to effective DEI leadership. Discover why self-awareness is an especially valuable asset for DEI practitioners.

  • How to Mitigate Recruitment Bias

    Bias, whether conscious or unconscious, negatively impacts any organization’s recruitment process Discover the four key action steps you can take to mitigate recruitment bias and support a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion at your company.

  • Mitigating Bias in Hiring

    Bias can affect the job interview process in innumerable ways, most of which go unnoticed. In this example video, learn how to mitigate hiring bias by enlisting a diverse group of interviewers to ask standardized, skill-based questions.

  • How Do I Make My Organization More Diverse?

    Want to increase the diversity of your workforce? Follow these best practices to build a recruiting pipeline that sources more underrepresented candidates, strategic partnerships that improve your brand recognition with diverse communities, and an interview process that mitigates unconscious bias.

  • 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring a Diversity Officer

    When hiring your company’s first Diversity Officer, it pays to design an effective hiring process. Familiarize yourself with the five most serious mistakes some companies make and how to successfully avoid them.

  • How to Fix a Communication Error

    Be prepared to repair the damage caused by communications problems with this valuable, expert advice. Know what to do next to make things right if your company has unintentionally offended employees or clients by something you’ve said -- or failed to say -- in your corporate communications.

  • Does Bias Training Work?

    Learn how to ensure that your organization’s investment in implicit or unconscious bias training has a positive impact, organization-wide. Avoid the pitfalls that cause some bias training to be ineffective, and get three valuable keys for success.

  • How to Connect with Frontline Employees

    Know your audience when talking to frontline employees about DEI. Learn to calm potential fears and concerns and share the message that diversity and inclusion benefit all employees and company success.

  • Selecting Your Diversity Champion

    Consider the critical importance of choosing the right diversity champion for your organization. Find out the essential qualities, qualifications and competencies for this role that directly affects your corporate culture and every key performance indicator.

  • How to Connect with Middle Managers

    Examine the benefits of knowing your audience when engaging middle managers in DEI. Learn to convey “what’s in it for them” when they integrate DEI practices into how they hire and manage their employees. Leverage middle managers’ ability to powerfully influence company culture.

  • 3 Ways to Make Your Organization More Inclusive to Asexual People

    Follow this three-part guidance to ensure that your company policies, communications, and culture make your workplace a safe and supportive environment for employees who identify their sexual orientation as asexual.

  • 6 Skills You'll Need for the Future of Work

    If you want to be a top performer in today’s ever-evolving workplace, review this insightful list of the six most valuable competencies to add to your skillset. Get a clear understanding of each skill and how to go about acquiring and sharpening it.

  • How Do You Balance Limiting Job Requirements and Receiving Too Many Candidates

    Limiting job requirements will encourage more candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply. Learn how to reevaluate requirements using the R-T-P method.

  • Turning Employee Engagement into Employee Retention

    Explore why the impact of current events is motivating many employees to seek new job opportunities. Tap into timely advice for retaining your current employees by engaging them in ways that strengthen their connections to your company and each other.

  • What is the Difference Between EEO, Affirmative Action, and DEI?

    Reinforce your understanding of the federal government’s Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action programs and the legal compliance they require. Compare these to voluntary DEI initiatives that generate enormous benefits to companies, their employees, and financial performance.

  • Do Women Get Paid Less Than Men?

    Learn about the pay gap between men and women as well as the significant gaps between women of different racial and ethnic backgrounds.

  • How Does DEI Impact Decision Making?

    Connect the dots between DEI, expanded diversity of thought, and the generation of more innovative ideas and insights around your conference table. By doing so, you’ll confirm for yourself why DEI leads to better organizational decision making, and ultimately, better results.

  • How Do I Make Someone Feel Included at Work?

    Learn steps for making sure everyone at work feels included, heard, and valued. Unlock the power of inclusion to create a more collaborative, productive, and enjoyable work environment.

  • What is Bystander Training?

    Ever heard of “bystander training”? Find out what it is and how it can make employees and workplaces safer. Learn how bystander training provides people with methods and tools to identify harmful behaviors and intervene on a victim’s behalf without compromising their own safety.

  • How Does DEI Impact Employee Engagement?

    Review the results of several recent surveys and studies confirming the positive impacts of DEI on employee satisfaction, productivity, and loyalty. Recognize how an inclusive culture empowers employees to do their best work.

  • Communicating to Acquire Top Talent

    From job postings to interview processes, it's critical that every step of the recruitment process is inclusive and equitable so that your company can recruit and retain the best talent. Learn tips and tricks for inclusive hiring.

  • Inclusive Hiring: A Guide to Best Practices

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  • 10 Things You Can Do Today to Interrupt a Toxic Culture

    If you find yourself stuck in a toxic workplace, here are 10 things you can do to interrupt the negativity and make way for a more supportive, encouraging, and positive company culture. You don’t need to be in leadership to kickstart positive change. Every employee can make a difference.

  • History of Disability

    The history of disability in the United States is long and nuanced. Over the past 7 decades, much legislation has passed that has changed the way that disabilities are viewed in American society. This video covers watershed moments that have shaped disability rights today.