Here's the deal.
Creating a workplace where all employees feel welcomed and valued takes work. It involves appreciating what makes each person unique and creating a space where everyone feels like they belong.
DICE trainings are an excellent opportunity for businesses to engage employees around diversity and inclusion goals. But you don't have to wait until DICE comes to your organization. In fact, by independently digging deeper into the concepts of diversity and inclusion, you're doing your company a huge favor.
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Take a look at the following recommendations. They're a great starting point in your journey to become the best you and the best resource for your organization!
Lead From Where You Are
The most successful organizations use diversity to their advantage. They leverage differences into creative solutions that move the mission forward. You don’t need a fancy title or budget to make a lasting difference in your workplace. Our 5-Step Guide makes it easy for passionate people like you to take the lead in creating an empowering and inclusive culture. Start with this free, downloadable guide!
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Implicit Bias Test
Many of our actions are fueled by beliefs and stereotypes that exist right below our conscious awareness. These biases are called implicit bias and they affect the way we act and treat others every day! Find out what's hidden in your subconscious with one of the many tests offered by Project Implicit.
Emotional Intelligence Test
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the ability to recognize emotions in yourself and others, and to use this understanding to guide thinking, behavior, and to adjust one's emotions as needed. Your EQ is just as important, if not more important than your Intelligence Quotient (IQ). Test your EQ below.
Empathy is the ability to understand the feelings of another person from their point of view. It involves the ability to place yourself in their shoes to better understand what they are feeling. It's a skill that comes in handy across all aspects of personal and professional life. How empathetic are you?