Inclusion captures an all-embracing organizational ideology that secures the best effort and discretionary effort from employees.
Cultural diversity in the workplace refers to the individuals from different backgrounds and ethnicities that form your team or workforce. By embracing the diversity that has been established in the organization and then moving to inclusive initiatives, you, as a manager, will work to treat diverse others with respect and help them reach their potential and work at the top of their capabilities.
As an inclusive manager, you will ensure diverse others are part of the meaningful workflow that grows the company. You will understand why diversity matters in the workplace, and observe and take advantage of workers’ thought processes, life experiences, personalities, and innate gifts of character. In the process you will establish a thriving environment of problem solving and creativity.
The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education estimates that by 2020 the minority representation in the workplace will be 37%. Today, millennials make up 53.6% of the workforce and more than 44% of millennials classify themselves as “other” than white. Cultural diversity in the workplace is identified. Now the work of inclusion begins. Are you prepared?
Attend this diversity and inclusion training, implement the techniques and you’ll experience:
This program will upskill your management mindsets to inclusive mental and emotional approaches by learning how to:
With diversity and inclusion best practices, you’ll increase productivity and discretionary effort.
When you move beyond the decades old call for diversity and start inclusion initiatives, you will increase collaboration, innovation and morale in your organization. In the traditional viewpoint of diversity, individual physical characteristics are identified. Diversity and inclusion best practices include making individuals included in the planning, goals and the forward movement of the organization.
Executive level leaders, managers, directors, Vice Presidents, etc. at all levels of the organization. Titles include:
Karla Brandau is a leading authority on personal and team productivity in the workplace. She specializes in combining the power of time management with technology, especially using Microsoft Outlook as a tool to help individuals “get it all done” in less time.
She is the CEO of Workplace Power Institute and she has educated managers with her proven time management and Microsoft Outlook productivity systems in companies such as Motorola, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Panasonic, and BYD America.
Her time management with Microsoft Outlook workbook, “Have More Day at the End of Your Day”, is a valuable guide for anyone wanting to know how to use the power of technology to leave work on time. She has also written 101 Time Management Tips for Busy Professionals and Email Survival Skills.
As she speaks for top corporations and associations worldwide, people use “high-content,” “high-energy” and “highly professional” to describe this experienced industry veteran.View all trainings by this speaker