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Diversity and Inclusion Training Bandwagon

DEI Initiatives: How to Prevent Your Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives From Becoming Just Another Bandwagon

With everything going on in American society these days, it’s easy to see why diversity, equity, and inclusion are hot topics. And, in workplaces, employers have issued commitment statements, formed committees, undertaken assessments, conducted listening sessions, enhanced DEI departments, and published long-term plans. A lot has happened, and it’s natural to think that these organizations are jumping on the bandwagon. And that’s the danger—that DEI

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New Hybrid Certification Option Helps HR Pros Level-up in 2021

New Hybrid Certification Option Helps HR Pros Level-up in 2021

The sudden shift to a virtual workplace disrupted countless areas within most organizations. This change had an immediate and visible impact on the learning and training sector. HR and training professionals with years of experience leading in-person sessions had to quickly adapt their course material, delivery methods, and techniques to be effective in a virtual setting. While there is undoubtedly some overlap compared to in-person

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Does Your Workplace Need a “Code of Civility?”

Does Your Workplace Need a “Code of Civility?”

In a perfect world, we’d all treat each other respectfully at work with no need for managers to explicitly clarify what that respect looks like. For better or worse, though, in reality people need to be told and shown what kind of words and actions are acceptable in their workplaces. They also need to be held accountable when they don’t treat fellow employees with civility

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What Federal Government Agencies get Wrong About Civility Training

What Federal Government Agencies get Wrong About Civility Training

Ensuring that employees treat each other with respect and stay well within the bounds of the law at work is a responsibility that all employees share. So, when it comes to civility training, government employers have many of the same concerns as private employers. However, federal government employers have some unique responsibilities and opportunities that employers in the private sector don’t have. For one, federal

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Here are the Best Ways to Execute an “Open-Door Policy” for Management in The Workplace

There are plenty of benefits to staying in touch with what your employees are thinking and feeling. When managers are easily accessible to the people they manage, they can better identify problems that can affect productivity and employee retention. They can also learn about the best opportunities and ideas for improvement — all from the people who are doing the job firsthand. For that reason,

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5 Things Leaders Need to Get Right in Order to Establish Healthy Workplaces

Creating a Healthy Workplace Culture: 5 Tips For Company Leaders to Get it Right

Every single employee in a workplace has a role to play in creating a healthy, welcoming, civil environment. However, it’s undeniable that senior company leaders have an especially important job when it comes to establishing a healthy workplace culture. The fact is that a healthy workplace is the product of a culture of civility and that culture of civility can only happen when leaders curate

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