With Millennials making up the majority of the workforce and employees demanding diversity and inclusion initiatives to be weaved into core values and even at the forefront of the business strategy, companies are feeling the pressure to keep up.
One thing is very clear: Inclusion is no longer an option, but a necessity. But as leadership teams are increasingly investing in inclusion, they’re still struggling to measure inclusion at their own organizations.
Watch our on-demand webinar where Lauren Franklin, Limeade Brand Manager, and Bernardo M. Ferdman, Ph.D., award-winning and accomplished inclusion & diversity expert and author, leadership and organization development consultant, discuss diversity and inclusion initiatives that not only celebrate individuality but enrich the workplace for all.
THIS WEBINAR COVERS:
The impact of inclusion at your organization
Why measuring inclusion is important
Actionable steps for measuring inclusion at your organization today
OUR FAVORITE TAKEAWAYS:
Inclusion is an active process
Measuring inclusion is a powerful first action to take
Measuring inclusion both educates the organization on the goal and the process and allows for knowing when you’ve made progress
Hear from a panel of Ochsner employees to learn about Ochsner’s first year as a Limeade customer, how they implemented a new well-being program, how they utilize team challenges, work with existing ERGs, and recognize employees for their participation.
Dr. Christina Shane-Simpson, Limeade Institute Researcher and Psychologist, explores when, how, and why well-being should be infused in the flow of work. You’ll hear opportunities to measure the impact of well-being integration for people working in a variety of environments, and then make recommendations for the integration of well-being in the flow of work.
Watch this live cooking demonstration led by Chef Jeremy Reinicke, director of culinary education at Launch My Health. This webinar will empower even the busiest employees to prepare healthy meals the whole family will enjoy.