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Candid conversations for inclusive cultures

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“Inclusion in the workplace” is a trendy phrase you’ve heard thrown all over the place, but inclusion is nothing without acknowledgement and action. From recognizing micro-inclusions in your organization to admitting what you can’t recognize, today’s successful businesses are taking ownership of where they fall short and actively preparing for Gen Z expectations.

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Candid conversations for inclusive cultures

  1. 1. Candid conversations about inclusive cultures
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda 1. Inclusion research 2. Moments of inclusion 3. Tackling the future
  3. 3. Lindsay Lagreid Senior Solution Architect
  4. 4. Lauren Franklin Senior Brand Manager
  5. 5. Institute Research
  6. 6. Measuring inclusion 23 items; Cronbach’s alpha = 0.952
  7. 7. The power of inclusion Limeade Institute, 2018 19% GREATER WELL-BEING IN THEIR LIVES 28%MORE ENGAGED AT WORK 51% MORE LIKELY TO RECOMMEND THEIR ORGANIZATION 3XINTEND TO STAY LONGER
  8. 8. LimeadeInstitute,2019, n=354 Care is related to well-being, engagement and inclusion. 52% 75% 94% 43% 72% 94% 14% 72% 95% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% %Favorable Well-being Engagement Inclusion Org Does NOT Care Neutral Org Care Org DOES Care
  9. 9. Peers on immediate teams are THE GREATEST CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO INCLUSION, followed by organizational leaders, department managers, and peers on other teams. Limeade Institute, 2019
  10. 10. Experiencing Inclusion
  11. 11. Micro-aggressions • Housekeeping at work (setting up technology) • Un-agreed upon nicknames • Culturally insensitive phrases • Inaccessible metaphors • “Can you hear me?” • Imagery in marketing • Gender pronouns (“you guys”)
  12. 12. Micro-inclusions • Starting with virtual employees on conference calls • Credit where credit is due/ally to all voices/idea attribution • Me vs. we • Allyship – see something say something • Inclusion “golden rule” or “platinum rule” • Event accessibility (i.e. reasonable accommodations) • Candidate experience (gendered language in job postings, accommodations for candidate)
  13. 13. The Future of Work
  14. 14. WORK HAS CHANGED. THE CHANGE HAS HAPPENED.
  15. 15. How Limeade is responding
  16. 16. How others are responding • Expedia’s Allyship workshop • Spotify’s featured playlists • T-Mobile pride month • eBay global marketplace • Goldman Sachs investment decision • Retail ad campaigns • Make My Size campaign
  17. 17. Key Takeaways 1. Inclusion shouldn’t sit alone on an island 2. Inclusion happens in everyday moments 3. Do something!
  18. 18. Questions
  19. 19. Thank You

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