Author: ELI, Inc.

Smart Ways to Make Your Online Training More Effective

Many business and organizational leaders have happily embraced the convenience that online training has granted their employees and HR departments. Training that used to require gathering large groups of people into a physical office with a live trainer can now be taken care of at each employee’s convenience via their

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Is it Possible to Operationalize Civility?

One of leaders’ most important jobs is to establish goals and priorities for their teams. They hold employees accountable to things like sales quotas, manufacturing quotas, and user acquisition goals. They expect all employees to understand what those goals are and focus on working together to meet them. When it

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Does Sexual Harassment Training Work?

There’s an assumption among some companies that workplace sexual harassment training simply doesn’t work. Sure, we still make our staff go through it, but mostly because we have to. We want to protect our organizations from lawsuits and show that we’re making an effort. After all, most people wouldn’t dream

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Understanding Subtle and Unconscious Bias

Cultural change requires a focus on specific behaviors. However, ferreting out harmful behaviors isn’t always easy. Although blatant and egregious examples of racism still exist, many of the behaviors that damage diversity and inclusion efforts in today’s companies are more subtle. In many cases, workplace discrimination happens completely unconsciously: Even the

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Diversity and Inclusion Are a Natural Effect of a Civil Workplace

There are plenty of bad workplace behaviors that aren’t classified as discrimination, but that have the same bad effects on business. A few examples of these uncivil behaviors are disruptive behavior (yelling, swearing, outbursts, etc.), bullying and sexual harassment. These behaviors all have similar consequences: employee turnover, poor morale resulting

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