A diversity calendar presents an opportunity to authentically honour the unique tapestry of your organization’s cultures and identities. Beyond flashy banners and social media posts, a truly inclusive workplace requires a deeper commitment that transcends performative actions.
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In today’s globalized world, the ability to navigate cultural diversity isn’t just a nicety – it’s a necessity. Yet, many organizations grapple with a common problem: cultural misunderstandings, miscommunications, and diversity challenges that hinder growth and productivity.
Incorporating size diversity into your company’s culture is fundamental to fostering inclusion. Here are 3 areas where your organization can begin to cultivate a size-inclusive culture right now.
If you read our post earlier this year on How a Diversity Calendar can Transform Your Workplace Culture, you know that there are many ways for organizations to utilize our Diversity calendar.
And while big moves like making holiday, vacation and personal time off policies are ideal, if you’re not in a leadership position or working in HR, you may not have the power to make changes like this.
But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do.
Creating training on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) topics can be challenging. At MT Consulting Group, we use existing research to inform our content delivery and facilitation style. Below are 3 strategies we use that can help make your next DEI session memorable.
Neurodiversity is one of the latest frontiers of workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts. Organizations all around the world are recognizing the importance of different ways of thinking and doing work, especially with the unique talents that neurodivergent people bring. Awareness is the first step, but how do we take action on this? Read our suggestions for small changes that can have a big impact.
In January or February of each year, communities across Canada celebrate Chinese New Year loud and proud. Signalling the start of spring and the end of winter, this holiday is one of the most important times of the year for Chinese families. The parades, red decorations, dragon dances, and large meals are all part ofContinue reading “Chinese New Year vs Lunar New Year”
Organizations have become increasingly more aware of the valuable strengths neurodivergent people bring to the workplace.
What do employees want in 2023? As the year comes to a close, there are many predictions for the future of work in 2023. Although we can’t claim to know the future, we want to share 3 DEI trends that will impact organizations in the long and short term. Flexible Work Arrangements In a surveyContinue reading “DEI Trends for 2023”