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12 tips to create an inclusive hybrid work culture. By Charlotte Ekelund at Teemyco.

12 tips to create an inclusive hybrid work culture.

Offices have begun to re-open and workers are starting the shift back to in-person life on a global scale. However, most employees (in fact, 60–80%* of them) now say that they want flexibility in whether they choose to work in the office or at home. As a leader, how do you manage this new reality? At Teemyco, we conducted over 50 interviews on the topic of hybrid work before the pandemic and the challenges it brought to our working lives; and we have continued speaking to users ever since.

Having a mix of in-office and remote workers can create silos, and an “us and them” culture. We want to share the basic learnings from our research to help leaders build an efficient and inclusive whole-office culture. 1. When the pandemic hit, leaders scrambled to find a way to communicate important information. 2. Encourage online behavior, even for those in the same office. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The Teemyco status indicator enables teams to be more efficient. 9. 10. 11. What are you doing to perpetuate dialogue, inclusiveness and “psychological safety” for others in your organization?

Leading Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: A Guide for Systemic Change in Multinational Organizations (30 November 2021) by Rohini Anand. What’s Changing, What’s New:  DEIB Lens On Leading Change. Building an Inclusive Organization. The key to building an inclusive organization is to be authentic—people respond to what is real.

Building an Inclusive Organization

Develop inclusive leaders and ignite your DE&I strategy. Observer, ally, advocate: Seizing the moment and committing to DEI. In part two of this series on DEI, we’ll explore how organizations can make enterprise-level changes to demonstrate advocacy in their community, the nation or even on the global stage.

Observer, ally, advocate: Seizing the moment and committing to DEI

The journey of advancing diversity, equity and inclusion is not easy. But some of the world’s most successful companies are making concrete commitments to DEI, adeptly working with employees to navigate a journey toward allyship and advocacy with successful results. And while the situation for every organization is unique, these examples may lead to aspirational thinking that could help inform what’s possible in your organization. To arrive at these examples, we looked at companies that were vetted through a rigorous process. Observer, ally, advocate: The journey of advancing diversity, equity and inclusion. Free White Paper: Insights on Building a Positive and Inclusive Company Culture for HR Executives: Powering the People Team. Welcome.

Free White Paper: Insights on Building a Positive and Inclusive Company Culture for HR Executives: Powering the People Team

Please complete your work profile to submit your request Welcome Back, (). At Has your work information changed? Welcome Please review the fields below for completeness and accuracy prior to submitting. The Korn Ferry DE&I Compass. With Korn Ferry’s DE&I Compass, you’re able to: Get a clear view of how you are performing across five strategic DE&I dimensions through analysis of a research-backed employee listening survey.Quickly identify DE&I employee experience gaps with AI-backed analytics and world-class benchmarksConduct a deep-dive gap analysis for key demographics including gender, age and ethnicity, using our proprietary dashboardsClose experience gaps with guidance from Korn Ferry DE&I experts so you know where and how to navigate your organization to the next level What we measure for DE&I.

The Korn Ferry DE&I Compass

LinkedIn by Sean McPheat. How to build an inclusive workplace. October 10, 2021Helping your employees feel a sense of belonging is crucial to the diverse, inclusive workplaces of the future.

How to build an inclusive workplace

And it’s particularly resonant on National Coming Out Day, when LGBTQ+ colleagues may be wondering how they can show up authentically, as their full selves, in a professional setting. Revisit a series of four Organization blog posts that dive deeper on how to drive inclusion at the enterprise and personal levels, plus other recent articles on why it matters, and how your organization can benefit from a workplace where everyone feels like a part of the bigger picture. Personal experience of inclusion: Critical to win the war for talent. Don’t Let Hybrid Work Set Back Your DEI Efforts. Better to Belong. It’s more than “just business.”

Better to Belong

Make it personal. Today’s labor market is in a state of flux—but that’s nothing new. The world around us is constantly shifting, impacting lives both in and out of the proverbial office. The future of work: Three steps toward an inclusive workplace. July 6, 2021Amid a social reckoning over the past year, we’ve seen a meaningful shift in organizations’ attention to racial justice and equity, including real commitments and investments in doing better.

The future of work: Three steps toward an inclusive workplace

Leaders are asking both tough and important questions for the future of work, including whether their organization is genuinely accepting of all people and if their company ensures equal access to opportunities throughout the talent lifecycle. However, the COVID-19 crisis risks wiping out years of advances in supporting a diverse workforce. Our research has shown that the pandemic has disproportionately affected women and people of color, who tend to be concentrated in sectors severely impacted by the crisis.

Additionally, an organization’s talent practices could be hindering—rather than helping—its efforts. We see three broad actions organizations can take to ensure they are addressing these challenges in a meaningful way. Make diversity a priority. Keeping a Diverse Team United in Polarized Times. Compiled by the NHS Leadership Academy by Richard Bolden, Addy Adelaine, Stella Warren, Anita Gulati, Hazel Conley and Carol Jarvis. 10 Proven Actions to Advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. As America’s largest companies and their CEOs increasingly embrace a new leadership role in advancing racial equity, they face a confounding question: What really works?

10 Proven Actions to Advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Despite decades of research and a growing corporate focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) over the past few years, many executives are unsure what actions are most effective at increasing diverse representation, improving feelings of inclusion, or making progress on other DEI goals. Written in collaboration with Integrating DEI into organizational practices is nuanced, complex work—and relatively nascent. You’ve Built a Racially Diverse Team. But Have You Built an Inclusive Culture? Create a diversity, equity and inclusion strategy that works. DEI: Why hiring alone isn't a magic fix. There’s no question hiring a diverse workforce is critical.

DEI: Why hiring alone isn't a magic fix

But when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion, DEI, you must look at the whole picture. That’s because each of these three words has meaning and importance. You can’t achieve success without shaping a plan that takes them all into account. Diverse organizations are stronger Let’s start with what has now become increasingly obvious. Diversity and Inclusion Best Practices for Your Workforce. Free Book Preview: Unstoppable Get a glimpse of how to overcome the mental and physical fatigue that is standing between you and your full potential. July 27, 2021 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The numbers are crystal clear — companies who cultivate a diverse workforce are more productive, creative, and innovative. Here are the latest stats: Diverse companies are 70% more likely to capture new markets. The list of benefits goes on and on. What Is DEI Culture? [Key Concepts and Principles]

What is DEI culture? In this post, we’ll learn about diversity, equity, inclusion, multiculturalism, and other key concepts related to DEI culture. What Is DEI Culture? LinkedIn by Sean McPheat. Podcast: Moving the Needle on DEI. ALISON BEARD: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review. I’m Alison Beard. In March, 2012, our guest today gave one of the biggest speeches of her life. At the time, she was a middle manager at Procter & Gamble, the huge consumer goods company. She stood on a stage at its world headquarters with video cameras live streaming to locations around the world and said: SHELLY MCNAMARA: I am Shelly McNamara, the vice president of human resources and beauty and grooming.

Inclusive workplaces focus on management practices that matter, not fluff. June 1, 2021Most companies define inclusion too narrowly and thus address it too narrowly as well. Over the past three years, we've broadened our perspective on how to create truly inclusive workplaces and inspired the development of a modern and revolutionary inclusion model. The model includes 17 practices (i.e., frequency of desired behaviors) and six outcomes (i.e., perceptions of effectiveness) that form the backbone of the inclusion assessment, a well-validated survey that makes it easier to turn insights into actions. Each practice in this model is individually important and, taken together, they impact both aspects of workplace inclusion: employees’ perceptions of the organization’s inclusivity—the focus of this post—and their personal experiences.

6 Evidence-Based Strategies for Improving Diversity in Your Organization. But training alone can’t address long-standing organizational failings, argues Ivuoma N. Onyeador, an assistant professor of management and organizations at the Kellogg School. “It’s fine to have trainings,” she says, “but trainings are only the beginning of the efforts needed to improve diversity in an organization.”

New Report: Companies With Diverse Boards Out Performed Their Peers During the Pandemic. While the economy took a hit during the Covid-19 pandemic, companies that had diverse boards were better prepared to succeed against all odds. That is according to a new report by BoardReady, a Seattle-based non-profit focused on helping companies with board diversity. Four Ways Your Organization Can Step Up Its Diversity And Inclusion.

How middle managers could help improve equality at work. Managing cultural diversity in today’s workplace. “To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way that we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others,” said author and coach Anthony Robbins. LGBTQ inclusion in the workplace. During Pride Month, many large companies take the opportunity to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in myriad vital and visible ways. But creating a genuinely inclusive culture means taking year-round action—and the COVID-19 pandemic has only compounded the challenge. Inclusive Insurance Alliance: doing good while doing business.

How Digital Inclusion Can Help Solve Grand Challenges. Hackathon events usually run over several days and involve hundreds or even thousands of people brainstorming and critiquing projects. Before the pandemic, most events were done in person or through a combination of in-person and remote efforts. But once the pandemic was underway, those models were no longer feasible. When we conducted a global study of over 68 wholly digital hackathons that took place in 2020, we uncovered a common concern among organizers of these virtual events: How could they best ensure people’s effective participation? Research: What Inclusive Companies Have in Common.

A survey of more than 19,000 HBR readers found that one particular culture style differentiated the diverse and inclusive organizations from those that were not: a learning-oriented culture that emphasizes flexibility, open-mindedness, and... The killing of George Floyd catalyzed a reckoning around racial injustice that led many corporate leaders to seek to evolve their organizations to meet today’s tremendous societal challenges.

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Report: Q1 2021 Equilar Gender Diversity Index. 5 Strategies to Infuse D&I into Your Organization. How Men Can Be More Inclusive Leaders. One Million Truths. How Leaders Can Truly Improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Their Organizations. 39 reasons why diversity matters! Where are the stories that prove that gender diversity leads to innovation? Why is it important to have enough number of women at the decision making table? Anguish and Action. The Difference Between Diversity & Inclusion and Why You Need Both. What Your Asian Employees Need Right Now. The underlooked move companies can make to improve diversity.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Still Matter in a Pandemic. Sephora has a sweeping new plan for combating racism. But will it work? Podcast: Michelle Redfern on Leading Change: Gender Equality. When it comes to racial equity, some Fortune 1000 companies are walking the walk. How to Hold Your Company Accountable to Its Promise of Racial Justice. Empowering Persons with Disabilities. What an Anti-Racist Business Strategy Looks Like. Survey: Diverse employees are struggling the most during COVID-19—here’s how companies can respond. Before your change journey takes off, make sure it's ..... diverse? Board Inclusion Framework. How Men Can Confront Other Men About Sexist Behavior. How to Build a Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Culture. When Should Your Company Speak Up About a Social Issue? Companies Need to Think Bigger Than Diversity Training. How companies can make meaningful progress for LGBTQ employees in the workplace.

Change is incumbent on all of us. Addressing Racism, Word by Word. How to have difficult conversations about race at work. Building anti-racist and compassionate workplaces. On finding authentic ways to fight racism. Six signature traits of inclusive leadership. Support Your Black Workforce, Now. LinkedIn by Michelle Wimes. Confronting Racism at Work: A Reading List. Podcast: How companies can make meaningful progress for LGBTQ employees in the workplace. A disease, a death, and the digital divide demand a new civil rights movement.