Workplace Behaviour Change Journeys

In this podcast Leyla talks about workplace behaviour change journeys. How to start a workplace change journey, what this means and how to finish it! Continue Reading Workplace Behaviour Change Journeys

Welcome to the 218th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast.  To wrap up this year’s Black History Month, I am talking about Workplace Behaviour Change Journeys, what this means and how to do this.

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In today’s show on Workplace Behaviour Change Journeys

  • About today’s topic and why I decided to create it. [01:22]
  • What race-reciprocal mentoring is . [03:32]
  • How to create non-hierarchical relationships in an organisation. [05:35]
  • Why there’s a need for race-reciprocal mentoring. [07:15]
  • Some things you can do to create a behavioural change journey at your workplace. [09:00]

Quotes on Workplace Behaviour Change Journeys

  • We have to be open to continuous learning.
  • Think about the clarity of your program.
  • I always train the senior leadership and staff mentors separately.
  • The matching needs to be done carefully.
  • Celebrate the successes you have with your program.

Resources on Workplace Behaviour Change Journeys

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