Flex Work as the Norm These are ‘Process’ & ‘Framing’ Inclusion Nudges. You can learn more on pages 120-123 in the Inclusion Nudges Guidebook. The Challenge Flexible working is often seen as the exception to the norm and as a benefit or arrangement for just some employees (i.e. women with …Continue Reading
Your Weekly Inclusion Nudge: Seeing a lot of ‘mini me’s’ in your organisation? Here’s a way to counter this bias!
Seeing a lot of ‘mini me’s’ in your organisation? Here’s a way to counter this bias! This a ‘Framing’ Inclusion Nudge. You can learn more on pages 157-8 in the Inclusion Nudges Guidebook. The Challenge Bias can unconsciously steer our talent selection decisions towards people who are similar to ourselves …Continue Reading
Blind to the gap in flex work opportunities? This is how you close it! This a ‘Feel the Need’ Inclusion Nudge The Challenge Many organisations today have some variation on a flexible working framework for their employees. These are often used for talent attraction and retention, and some also cite …Continue Reading
Expand Beyond the Default for Talent This a ‘Feel the Need’ Inclusion Nudge & a ‘Framing’ Inclusion Nudge. You can learn more on pages 89 & 155-6 in the Inclusion Nudges Guidebook 2nd edition The Challenge When considering ‘ideal’ talents for a role, especially leadership positions, we can unconsciously default …Continue Reading
Minimum Role Requirements for Inclusive Job Postings This a ‘Framing’ Inclusion Nudge. You can learn more on page 154 in the Inclusion Nudges Guidebook 2nd edition. The Challenge In job postings, long lists of required role competencies can exclude candidates rather than expanding talent pools. These are often based on …Continue Reading
Seeing & Supporting NeuroDiversity as an Advantage These are Framing & Feel the Need Inclusion Nudges. The Challenge This week was World Autism Awareness Day. People on the autism spectrum often face stigma, discrimination, human rights violations, and limited career opportunities—with unemployment at 80%. Many studies have pointed out that people …Continue Reading
Illustrating Biased Judgements and Behavioural ImplicationsContinue Reading