45% of L&D professionals planned to deploy DEI programs in 2022, up from 34% in 2021.
55% of L&D professionals say their department owns or shares responsibility for company-wide DEI strategy.
86% of financial executives at companies in North America said they were expanding their budgets for DEI training.
- 80% of employees want to work for inclusive companies.
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Tulshyan offers a BRIDGE framework for making this shift:
Reflect on what you don't know
Defensiveness doesn't help
Grow from mistakes
Expect change takes time
In her LinkedIn Learning course, she offers a number of different ways to think about accountability as well as techniques to create this accountability:
Feedback from the bottom up: Conduct year-over-year surveys and find other ways to elicit direct, candid user feedback.
Measuring from the top down: Start with the CEO, turning feedback into data and data into action.
- External transparency: Connect with your community via focuses on employer branding and diverse talent attraction.
Integrate multi-pace instructions and formats that support various learning styles.
Consider adding visuals to support differentiated learning. For example: icons, graphs, and timelines.
Create experiential learning opportunities by building in scenarios that apply to everyday life.
Add social elements, and help learners connect and communicate outside of the course to learn more about each other.
Incorporate different demographics into your content and ensure language translates to a global audience.
Experiment with different types of instructional methods that resonate with multi-generations.
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