The Top 5 Inclusion Workplace Mistakes

In this week's podcast I talk about the top five inclusion workplace mistakes. What we can all do and they systemic changes to be made. Continue Reading The Top 5 Inclusion Workplace Mistakes

Welcome to the 188th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. It’s the beginning of April and this month’s theme is Please Don’t – Workplace Mistakes! Starting with the top 5 inclusion workplace mistakes.

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In today’s show on the Top 5 Inclusion Workplace Mistakes

  • Why I decided to make an episode on this topic. [01.14]
  • What are the top five inclusion of workplace mistakes? [04.44]
  • The dangers of saying the workplace is like a family [06.06]
  • Why relying solely on unconscious bias training is not a way to create inclusion, [07.46]
  • How making staff networks do the work that specialised teams should be doing is a mistake. [09.26]
  • What you can do to change the status quo

Quotes on the Top 5 Inclusion Workplace Mistakes

  • People are looking for better working conditions and better opportunities, and if they can get it, they’re not afraid of going for it.
  • One staff survey done every three years isn’t going to cut it!
  • Pretending something hasn’t happened when it has and, everyone knows about it is wrong!
  • Hiding an issue away is a surefire way to lose respect, trust and goodwill.
  • We need to use data intelligently and wisely and share that.

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