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Since 1988, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion® – The Forum for short – has served as a convening hub for those seeking to grow professional leadership and effectiveness skills in the field of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
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Your employees are rock stars! Tune in to see how Aleria and The Boys and Girls Club of Atlanta worked together to support their amazing employees. Register https://forumworkplaceinclusion.org/webinars/bridging-divides-in-nonprofits-how-not-to-take-passionate-employees-for-granted/
Last of the 2023 Conference reviews. Watch day 3's closing General Session while you can! Diversity Awards honored standout contributions to the DEI community and the panel was delightful covering women's health, speech impairment and agism - that's a lot to unpack, but it was so fun! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQe00NiR03w
Amazing Day 2 - watch while you can! https://youtu.be/q_hXJQtWY3c Idea DJ leads an inspiring discussion with Amazon, Diversity in Design, Hennepin Health, Wintrust and a local Lake Street Business Developer.
Watch the opening celebration of The Forum's annual conference (throwback from March!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTvQuoiS-GM
Happy Pride - Check out this Forum 365 Digital Short! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPulzS7pfTM
Check out this sneak peek at the artist profile in our 2Q newsletter - Nyttu Chongo. https://forumworkplaceinclusion.org/messages-from-beyond-the-power-of-music-with-nyttu-chongo/
Do We Know How Many People Are Working From Home? https://buff.ly/3Lka8RY
Do We Know How Many People Are Working From Home? New Labor Department numbers indicate that fewer Americans worked remotely last year. But many experts criticize the government’s data collection.
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The Forum has year-round content. Check out what's coming up next in Podcasts, Webinars and Professional Development Labs. https://buff.ly/3N095rC
Employee preferences in hybrid work https://buff.ly/3UKBjZs
At Work: the 2023 workplace trends report | Envoy Workplaces went through a dramatic transformation in 2022. Check out the report to learn what happened to workplaces last year.
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All smiles at this year's conference!
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DEI targets have to go beyond diversity https://buff.ly/3mcPHN6
Why You Should Not Set DEI Targets Based On Diversity Alone Setting targets has become a staple of most DEI strategies. However, focusing only on diversity targets is difficult and can lead to unintended negative consequences. Instead, organizations should target higher inclusion and equity in order to achieve greater diversity.
MPR News with Angela Davis on the impact of diversity, equity and inclusion pledges in the workplace. Dr. Angela Spranger was one of our conference presenters! https://buff.ly/40QWydY
The impact of diversity, equity and inclusion pledges in the workplace After George Floyd was murdered in 2020, corporations made pledges to address systemic discrimination both within their organizations and in the community, but what has actually changed? MPR News host Angela Davis talks with two diversity, equity and inclusion leaders in the Twin Cities about what D...
Join us for our April Webinar discussing workplace culture. Sign up today https://buff.ly/3KDMpw5
Congratulations to our 2023 Diversity Awardees!
Tuesday's Marketplace of Ideas - a place where participants and resource vendors connected to imagine what’s possible when forces of interest, offers, and needs combine.
Some highlights from Day 2!!
A look into Day 1!
Conference registration this morning, let the fun begin!
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Inclusive language in international development https://buff.ly/3FOw2tG
Words matter: that’s why Oxfam is launching an inclusive language guide - Views & Voices What do you think of the term “developing countries”? Ever felt uncomfortable saying “beneficiaries”? Helen Wishart introduces Oxfam’s new inclusive language guide and sets out why it’s time for all of us in NGOs to consider the power in the words that we use…
Join us for a deep-dive workshop on how employers can best protect the reproductive health access of their workforce with seven key benefits.
Podcast Ep. 114: Worker Equity: How Employers Can Protect The Reproductive Health of Their Whole Workforce - The Forum on Workplace Inclusion There is a compelling body of data that shows how limited access to reproductive health services will harm America's workforce and negatively impact US companies.
Ensuring equitable negotiation practices https://buff.ly/3JVqoYY
3 Negotiation Myths Still Harming Women’s Careers We’re in an unprecedented moment for employee negotiations. The pandemic accelerated the transformation of work practices, and we’re living through a historic labor migration and uncertain economic times in which organizations are struggling to attract and retain talent. In the subsequent surge ...
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Should we really be cutting middle managers? https://buff.ly/3yIPdBf
Companies are getting rid of middle managers. That's a big mistake. We think of them as petty, powerless, thumb-twiddling bureaucrats. But middle managers are actually the very people who make large companies work.
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