Employees Must Understand Their Internal Behaviors
A "one-and-done" mentality doesn't work if you are trying to learn new concepts, change a habit, or understand behaviors. It also doesn’t work when you facilitate D&I initiatives in the workplace.
In the #MeToo Era, HR Should Focus on Practice, Not Just Policy
Even if an employee’s actions don’t meet the legal standard of harassment, accepting offensive behavior at any level creates an unhealthy culture. HR should do more than just protect the company.
To Make D&I Initiatives Stick, Share Stories.
When stories hit a common chord – or even better, a heart-string – barriers crumble and the inclination to hate those we don't understand is diminished.
Real Change at Work Will Happen By a People's Coalition
Traditionally, lack of trust and broken feedback systems have been a major cause of unhappiness at work. Dawn Burke is hopeful change will come from the crowd.