Do you want to create a culture that encourages extreme levels of candor, or do you heed the warnings of those who contend that feedback is a fallacy?
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Under pressure to attract new talent and upskill incumbent workers, learning and HR leaders are trying to juggle the shifting demographics of today’s workforce to accommodate each generation’s unique strengths, weaknesses and learning preferences. But new data suggest that today’s workers have a surprising amount in common.
Cultural competency — knowing oneself and having a genuine curiosity to know others on a deeper level — is much bigger than what we’re doing in our organizations. It extends to our societies and communities.
When asking learners for feedback, says General Motors’ Chris Bower, the idea is not just to focus on the content, but on your learners’ context.
Knowledge discrimination has tremendously negative impacts, says author Peter Smith — not just on individuals, but on society.
Aisha Ghori Ozaki, Allstate’s manager of inclusive diversity, talks about the company’s treatment of inclusive diversity as a core value.