Preparing Your Team for an Evolving Workplace Filled With Diversity

Today’s workplace is ever-changing, and some of these changes are for the better. Unconscious bias training can be helpful when you have people from various walks of life working at your company and/or want to ensure that everyone is treated fairly during interviews, training and daily operations. If you feel your team could benefit from this type of training, here are a few things to consider.

Recruitment and Retention

In decades past, the corporate workplace was dominated by men and nonwhite minorities rarely held positions of leadership. Many companies have changed this by hiring more people of various racial backgrounds and appointing women to managerial positions. However, some of these organizations may have a challenging time recruiting more women and minorities and motivating them to continue their careers with the company. When your business’ leaders receive training to recognize and work outside of biases, you may experience a boost in company morale. If every member of your organization feels seen and heard, these employees will be more likely to represent your business in a positive light and deliver exemplary work.

Ongoing Consultation

Making your workplace more inclusive involves several tasks and initiatives, and you may need a trained consultant to assist you with the various steps of the process. For instance, providing software in a variety of languages can increase efficiency for some employees and allow them to better communicate with customers. You may also want to schedule seminars and workshops for your employees so everyone on your team can learn to be more sensitive in real-life professional situations. The workshops may also provide an opportunity for employees to express their concerns and observations so you can meet the needs of your team members in a way that benefits the entire company.

To get more information on unconscious bias training for your employees, contact Pope Consulting by visiting

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    Author: Ally Allshouse

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