2013 01 Diversity and Inclusion Trends - TCB Academy

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Relevant dimensions of diversity in the workplace evolve according to social context (legislation and social values) and evidences of their business case (impact on the bottom line). Review of what's going on regarding Age, LGBT, Religion/Multicultural and use of social media in the D&I space.

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  • Las siguientes diapositivas muestran distintos ejemplos de escalas de tiempo con elementos gráficos SmartArt.Incluya una escala de tiempo del proyecto, donde se indiquen claramente los hitos y fechas importantes, y resalte dónde se encuentra el proyecto en este momento.
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  • 2013 01 Diversity and Inclusion Trends - TCB Academy

    1. 1. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |1Emerging Trends in D&IUxio MalvidoPrincipal Advisor, Talent and DiversityRio TintoJanuary 2013
    2. 2. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |2Our Conversation TodaySocial valuesdemographic trendsReligionD&I StrategyBlogsDiversity 2.0BusinessCaseAge ManagementInclusionLGBTTwitterMulticultural CalendarSocial ValuesSocial Networks Gay MarriageInterfaithroomsYammer
    3. 3. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |3DiversityandInclusionStrategyBusiness perspective:Impact ofsocial changes in theworkplace/marketplaceCompliance:Equal Opportunitieslegislation in all majormarkets (global trend)Values:Mission and visionof the organization(CSR)
    4. 4. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |4Diversity Management: Emerging TopicsLowHighLowLegal (and social)pressureBusiness CaseHighGenderDALGBTReligionAgeMulticulturalInclusion
    5. 5. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |5The Badlands: Societies in Transition1950 2000 2025Historical cycle of disruptive innovation – 75 years longGreat IndustrialPlainsBADLANDS Foothills ofthe FutureYou AreHereNewTechnologiesEconomicShiftsSocialInnovationsNewIdentityRef: “Navigating the Bandlands” , Mary OHara-Devereaux
    6. 6. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |6The future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed.
    7. 7. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |7DemographySocial ValuesTechnologyWorkforceTalentMarketplaceCustomersWorkplaceSome drivers shaping organizations
    8. 8. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |8Demography: New MarketsNew ConsumersReport Vodafone: 10% ofinmigration clients(higher averagespending) Carrefour:diferentiated productsand services (“Like athome”). Finance: %inmigrants in the newclients segmentIncreased life expectancyLow FertilityMigrationsIncreased healthy life expectancy(% population aged 65 or over: from17.4% in 2010 to 30.0% in 2060)Fertility rate: 1.6 (replacement rate: 2.1)Net migration: 71% of the totalpopulation increase in the EUFuente: Demography Report 2010 (European Comission)• Ageing• Slightincrease ofpopulation• Multicultural
    9. 9. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |99RitualsHeroesSymbolsRef: “Cultures and Organizations”, Hofstede, GeertValuesValues:• Good vs Bad• Dirty vs Clean• Dangerous vs Safe• Forbidden vs Allowed• Moral vs inmoral• Beautiful vs ugly• Natural vs unnatural• Normal vs abnormal• Irrational vs rationalSYMBOLS: Words,gestures, imagesand objectsHEROES: peopledead or alive, realor no who arebehaviouralmodelsRITUALS:collectiveactivities sociallyconsideredesential …Practices: group ofsymbols, heroes andrituals which can beseen although truemeaning is onlyinterpretable by groupmembersMulticultural Diversity ImplicationsGeert-Hofstede Model
    10. 10. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |10What’s Your Lens?RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY12
    11. 11. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |110102030405060708090100I always treat people of otherreligious faiths with respectPeople of other religious faithsalways treat me with respectGallup, 2004RESPECT AND RELIGIONReligious Diversity: unconscious bias
    12. 12. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |12PolicyMulticulturalCalendarEducationInterfaithRoomsReligious Diversity: Roadmap
    13. 13. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |13Demography: New Workplace Dynamics
    14. 14. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |14Age Management: Beyond Generations Career Mobility Development Manager Education/Training Mentoring Performance Feedback Time Flexibility Location Hours Telecommute Travel Single/Multitask Individual/Team Internal/External Cutting-Edge Work Job/Role FlexibilityTimeWorkContentGrowth ProjectManagement TechnologyLevel Cross-functionalAssignmentsmyjob-myway
    15. 15. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |15Social Values: LGBT rightsHomosexuality Rights MapSource: Wikipedia, Jan 20131411200120052012Gay/LesbianMarriage72007Number of countries where gaymarriage is legal
    16. 16. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |16
    17. 17. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |17LGBT Inclusion: Issues 51% Hide Sexual Orientation 54% who are not open lie about their personal life 89% say conversations about social lives come up atleast once a week 80% confront conversations involving spouses,relationships or dating 58% say someone at work makes joke about LGBTpeople once in a while 67% don’t report anti-LGBT remarkFocusGroupsSurvey Interviews
    18. 18. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |18 18Diversity 2.0
    19. 19. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |19 19
    20. 20. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |20 20
    21. 21. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |21 21
    22. 22. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |22 22
    23. 23. www.conferenceboard.org© 2011 The Conference Board, Inc. |23Thank you!Uxio Malvido@UxioMalvidocorporatediversity.wordpress.comumalvido@gmail.comuxio.malvido@riotinto.comlinkedin.com/in/uxiomalvido

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