Dare talk about prejudices
To manage diversity effectively, it is necessary to dispel the taboo that often surrounds prejudices. How can we identify them and counter their harmful effects?
In the working world as in society in general, it is important to be wary of what we think we know—a reflex that it is useful to cultivate in every circumstance at a time when the diversity of teams is constantly increasing. We all have prejudices; it’s how our brain works. Up to us to know how to identify them, and how to challenge them when they become detrimental.
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Fostering a more inclusive culture
Diversity, equity and inclusion are invaluable and complementary assets for companies. But converting good intentions into concrete action is far from easy. How can we move forward while avoiding missteps?
Rehabilitating sensitivity within the company
A high level of sensitivity is rarely well regarded in the workplace. Yet this way of operating has numerous advantages. How can we give highly sensitive persons the room they require?
Knowing that diversity is a source of performance, many companies try to attract more personnel with varied profiles. Yet, they also need to be able to really take advantage of this diversity. How can you integrate these staff without erasing their differences?