We Can’t Afford That

In this week's podcast Leyla talks about the reactionary response of We Can't Afford That and the difference between value and cost. How you can work this out and understand the difference. Continue Reading We Can’t Afford That

Welcome to the 251st episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast! This month, we’re exploring the theme “Why Pushback?” In today’s episode, I want to focus on the pushback surrounding budgets and affordability in relation to inclusion and mental well-being. With the classic phrase “we can’t afford that”.

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In today’s show on We Can’t Afford That

  • About my TEDx Talk. [00:43]
  • Businesses’ current attitude towards EDI training, coaching and consultancy. [01:15]
  • Exploring the idea of cost versus value. [03:59]
  • An example of cost versus value. [04:56]
  • How to determine the effectiveness and value of training. [07:36]

Quotes on We Can’t Afford That

  • EDI training is often the first to be cut when a business experiences a cut in funding.
  • Poorly trained employees are much more likely to feel unappreciated.
  • It is vital to understand the difference value and cost to make the right decision for your organisation. 
  • In essence, training effectiveness is the degree to which a training program achieves its intended goal and desired outcome.

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