Thứ Tư, 5 tháng 10, 2016

Diversity and Inclusion without Blame and Shame

The buzz: “I’m gonna tell Mom on you.”

Women remain under-represented in government, boards, C-suite and influential business roles – often due to unconscious bias. A man named “John” or “David” is more likely than a woman to be on a board.

But the unintentional blame-and-shame messages and enablement in workplace diversity and inclusion programs often leave many men feeling excluded and alienated.

How can we get past the gender-divide to value the entire workforce?

The answer is not simple “awareness”. Better try “inclusion nudges”.

The experts speak.

Tinna C. Nielsen, Move The Elephant: “I have learned over the years that when one’s mind is made up, this diminishes fear; knowing what must be done does away with fear.” (Rosa Parks)

Dr. Gabriela Burlacu, SAP SuccessFactors: “I’ll tell you who has it the hardest [in this country]. White men! We make the unpopular, difficult decisions, the tough choices.” (Jack Donaghy, 30 Rock, played by Alec Baldwin)

Dr. Patti Fletcher, SAP SuccessFactors: “Part of being optimistic is keeping one’s head pointed toward the sun, one’s feet moving forward.” (Nelson Mandela)

Join us for Diversity and Inclusion without Blame and Shame.

via SAP News Center

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