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Diversity and inclusion are about more than being socially equitable. The key to building effective teams, a thriving work environment, and a better bottom line, is building a diverse workforce, and truly appreciating their differences. We take a look at three major areas where, when authentically nurtured, turn a surviving company culture into a thriving one.
Employee feedback matters. It’s the response to our behavior and work product that tells us where we stand, and how to get better. But positive feedback matters just as much, if not more, than constructive feedback — which is why we’re sharing some of our favorite positive feedback examples.
What is constructive feedback? Constructive feedback is guidance that helps the recipient achieve a positive outcome. Even the best managers struggle to deliver feedback effectively — so we’ve developed these 20 employee feedback examples to help.
For HR leaders committed to diversity and inclusion, creating welcoming workplaces is a year-round initiative. So take note of the following professional, cultural, religious, and secular holidays as you build out your workplace DE&I calendar.
It’s a no-brainer that diversity makes for a stronger workforce. But diversity isn’t the same as inclusivity. So, if you’re ready to launch your inclusivity initiatives, we’ve put together 15 tips to help your employees flourish, regardless of sex, race, gender, age, religious background, physical ability, or sexual orientation.
Think recognition is fluff? Think again. The open secret of creating engaged workforces lies in motivational psychology — aka, the power of employee recognition and rewards.
Even before COVID-19, nurses in particular were at a high risk for burnout: The RN Network’s 2017 study found that nearly half the nurses in the U.S. have considered leaving the field due to overwork, exhaustion, and lack of appreciation. Whether you work in the medical field or just have a medical professional in your life who needs a morale lift, check out our 14 appreciation and recognition ideas for nurses and medical staff.
If your company is paying attention, then diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) should be a huge topic for you right now. But how do you know if your efforts are moving the needle? Can you actually measure your diversity and inclusion outcomes?
This hands-on guide is designed to help you identify clear goals and see the measurable results of your DE&I programs.