It’s no secret that most of us want to do a good job at work, and enjoy the work we do. We all like to feel a sense of belonging at work and be treated fairly. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. Some practices and behaviours lead to individuals and groups feeling marginalised or excluded. Sometimes this happens intentionally, but most often it’s unintentional.
In this white paper, written by Dr Katie Spearritt, Chief Executive Officer of Diversity Partners, Katie looks at how we can help build awareness of unconscious bias and the steps that everyone can take to collaborate and lead inclusively.
Download this whitepaper and find out:
- What diversity and inclusion mean.
- Optimise diversity of talent and ideas by building inclusive workplaces.
- How to lead by example.
- Diversity and inclusion progress is systemic and requires a strategic approach.