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DEIB at Work: Building a Culture of Belonging
Continuous learning is key to putting diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) at the forefront of your organization. And with all the disruption from COVID and the rapid pace of change, this has never been more relevant.
In this session, DEIB at Work: Building a Culture of Belonging, you’ll learn:
- Insights from our interactive customer DEIB workshops (led by our Thought Leadership and Advisory Services Team) – including a quick overview of our DEIB maturity model and some of our top findings from conversations we’ve had with customers on this topic.
- Learnings from Henry Ford Health who, in the midst of extreme challenges, has doubled down on building a culture of belonging. They’ve built practices that reinforce behaviors that allow people to bring their full selves to work.
You’ll come away with tactical approaches and ideas for building your own program and measuring success. Plus, you’ll get an update on Cornerstone’s latest DEIB course offerings and a sneak peek into what’s coming from Cornerstone Studios.
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Spotlight on Electrolux and Ageas: Preparing for and maintaining impactful learning programs
Driving business outcomes from an investment in learning content requires an engagement strategy that makes learning materials available and accessible to employees. Organizations need to launch and maintain learning programs effectively to ensure they have maximum impact on both employees and the business as a whole. Both Ageas and Electrolux have successfully launched digital learning programs, each taking steps to maintain and sustain engagement.
Maintaining compliance and closing the skills gap in manufacturing
Manufacturing is often touted as the backbone of innovation. And, today, manufacturing plays a crucial role in driving the global economy and society's response to the pandemic. But despite its resilience, manufacturing faces some challenges that could impact its future. Chief among them: a workforce skills gap and regulatory compliance.