Diversity, Inclusion / Regard, and Access to Coaching at CCC

Center for Coaching

When it comes to ensuring diversity and inclusion / regard, a call or mandate to action is often what it takes to effect change. Consider the other approach: simply using language and images that invite diversity and truly being open and accepting so that the diversity occurs naturally. We found this to be our experience at the Center for Coaching Certification. Since 2011 we have published a book each year, Coaching Perspectives , with chapters written by graduates.

How Diversity Boosts Business Performance

Reflektive

Most of us have taken part in diversity training, and we’ve seen the quota systems that are put into place to break previous trends. Unfortunately, diversity training and quota systems are not moving the needle of progress to a sufficient degree. Why is Diversity Important?

Coaching Works. Here’s Why.

ATD Human Capital

The coaching industry is booming. In the last 10 years, membership of the International Coach Federation (ICF) has more than tripled. Estimates put the number of professional coach practitioners worldwide at more than 50,000 and growing. How Does Coaching Help?

Coaching for All – A Challenge

Center for Coaching

This blog series is intended to highlight the importance of making coaching accessible for all and includes insights on diversity, inclusion / regard, bias, and economics as factors. A few key thoughts to set up these posts: Coaching for All – A Challenge. The Challenge : Increase the Reach of Coaching. The Reason : Coaching works and it simply makes sense that it be widely available. What can one coach do to make a difference?

Coaching for All – Review Your Website and Social Media

Center for Coaching

The next step in the challenge for you to increase diversity and inclusion / regard in your coaching work is to review the language used on your website and in your social media profiles. Diversity Equity Inclusion partner regard respect

Getting Involved for Diversity and Increased

Center for Coaching

On an organizational level, what can be done to increase diversity and access to coaching? An article at [link] discusses how employees can support diversity and inclusion. Now let’s bring it closer: what can coaches do to get involved? What can coach training organizations do? Join ACTO – the Association of Coach Training Organizations. Specifically, the 2019 ACTO conference focuses on diversity and inclusion.

The Challenge – Increase Access to Coaching

Center for Coaching

Increasing access to coaching means making both coach training and coaching services available to people who currently are unaware of coaching or unable to afford it. It is important that all of us in the coaching profession care about diversity and access to coaching so that together we can make a difference. Reach out to organizations that serve youth and explore ways to offer coaching either to groups or individually.

High Performing Organizations Have Leadership Diversity – #LeadLikeAGirl

HR Bartender

Byham] In the August issue of Harvard Business Review, there’s an article about “ Why Diversity Programs Fail.” The big takeaway is that if organizations want diversity, they need process change. Give them a voice to speak up and ask for mentoring and coaching.

Facing the Challenge of Coaching for All Starts with Our Own Education

Center for Coaching

In the first blog we highlighted the challenge and possible obstacles to expanding the reach of coaching. Facing the Challenge of Coaching. A quick search for classes on diversity and inclusion brought up this page on Inc.

The Strategy You Need to Engage a Diverse Workforce

Reflektive

In our post on the performance benefits of diversity , we spoke about how important it is to create an inclusive, diversified organization. We highlighted that some organizations are doing a great job of raising awareness about welcoming and supporting diversity. What is missing is one-to-one support for each new diverse team member. What is missing is one-to-one support for each new diverse team member. . Workplace Diversity coaching diversity leadership

Online Coaching Supplants Traditional Methods

HR Daily Advisor

Advances in online coaching have provided unprecedented growth and expansion in OJT to become a more efficient and effective tool for employees and managers. The benefits of online coaching are in its versatility, flexibility of use, and accessibility. Who Benefits from Online Coaching?

7 Strategies to Hire Diversity of Thought In Your Organization

Achievers

If you want to be ahead of the competition, and bring in more innovation, then think with a diversity of thought mindset. Here are seven winning strategies to ensure you hire employees that bring diversity of thought and ideas. Develop relationships with diversity related organizations.

10 Ways To Find (And Attract) More Diverse Job Applicants

Forbes Coaches Council

Increase the diversity of your candidates -- and your staff -- with these tips from Forbes Coaches Council experts Looking for a wider pool of applicants to hire from?

How HR Can Tackle Diversity Using the Rooney Rule

Visier

In August 2015, the need for more workforce diversity was spotlighted in a big way when President Obama issued a call to action to technology companies, encouraging them to hire more women and minorities by implementing the Rooney Rule. Metric to watch: Diversity of interviewed candidates.

Diversity and Inclusion – Not All Actions Are Good Actions

PerformanceICreate

HR professionals are frequently called upon to help the members of an organization understand what Diversity and Inclusion is all about. There are probably hundreds of individual trainers and coaches who would be more than happy to come in and do a two-day seminar to help people learn more about the importance of D&I and why D&I will make the business stronger. DefiantLife Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Inclusion Processes What is Diversity and Inclusion

PeopleStrategy Congratulates the 2015 TAG Diversity Award Winners

PeopleStrategy

Kudos to the individuals and companies recognized by the TAG Human Resources & Diversity Society for their efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion. About TAG Human Resources and Diversity.

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace: Are employers doing enough?

ThoughtFarmer

If you are having trouble understanding the importance of diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace, you aren’t alone. Spurred by a growing social consciousness, businesses are slowing making a more concerted effort to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

6 Ways to Improve Diversity In Your Workplace

Everwise

Malcolm Forbes, American entrepreneur and publisher of Forbes Magazine, once described diversity as “the art of thinking independently together.”. Valuing diversity increases your company’s viewpoints, skills and experiences. Achieving gender and ethnic diversity may feel complex.

Showcasing Truly Diverse & Inclusive Organizations

Jeff Waldman

I recently published 3 blog posts about my take on diversity and inclusion in the workplace. What does it matter that your organization is diverse when you are not supporting and including your employees in all aspects of work? What is Diversity Factor?

Building Office Culture with Diversity and Inclusion

Best Money Moves

Building office culture with diversity and inclusion. A better office culture starts with diversity and inclusion but more than 60 percent of marginalized groups working for companies that focus on those values still feel pressured to “cover” their identities to fit in at work, according to research by Deloitte. An LGBTQIA+ respondent shared, “I didn’t feel I could protest when the person put in charge of diversity for our group was in fact an extremely vocal homophobe.”.

Innovative Ways To Use Higher Education Diversity Programs

Careerminds

Want to find an industry that’s making progress in creating a more diverse workforce? Take a look at higher education diversity programs and check out the results. The importance and benefits of diversity in the workforce is not a new fact.

What To Know About In-House vs. Outsourced Executive Coaching

Dr. Nadine

They are grappling with daunting challenges such as increased threats of global competition and the need to engage an increasingly diverse workforce. Enlisting the services of an executive coach can prove transformative and can reinvigorate a languished leadership development program.

What Corporate Diversity and Inclusion Programs Should Include

HR Daily Advisor

The financial case for workplace diversity continues to be made across the business landscape with many companies committing significant amounts of capital to building an inclusive culture, but few executives today actually know what it should look like.

Diversity, stop burying your head!

New to HR

Here in the London, UK Diversity was once a hot topic, probably because an English street dance troupe called Diversity won Britain's Got Talent in 2009. Diversity in the workplace is still a struggle for many organisations. Diversity, not just about gender.

#WorkTrends: Lessons on Leadership and Diversity from One of West Point’s First Female Grads

TalentCulture

If that isn’t enough to make you feel lazy, know that Potecha also works as a leadership coach, often advising women on how to navigate toxic situations in the workplace. worktrends Diversity LeadershipSara Potecha was one of West Point’s first female graduates.

How to Take Action: Strategies for Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Workplace in 2018

HR Daily Advisor

The volatility of 2017 further surfaced a number of longstanding and important issues, like racial and gender equality and diversity of thought in the workplace. Diversity and inclusion are now increasingly top of mind for leaders of organizations due the impact of diversity on bottom lines.

Leadership Perspective: Are Traditional Measures of Workforce Diversity Outdated?

Inpower Coaching

Despite being the #1 recruiting trend for 2018 for businesses, and despite decades of trying to improve workforce diversity demographics in the workplace, the commercial sector has made little progress. Will this different way of thinking about diversity make our organizations better?

Workday Podcast: Peeling Back the Layers of Diversity and Inclusion

Workday

What does diversity and inclusion mean to you and your organization? Carin Taylor, chief diversity officer at Workday, and Mike Dillon, chief diversity and inclusion leader at PwC, joined me to share their experiences and inspiring insights in a podcast. Take a listen: Workday Podcast: Peeling Back the Layers of Diversity and Inclusion. That diversity and inclusion isn’t just a tagline or thing you check off. How did you come to be in the diversity space?

How to Talk About Diversity at Work

Namely

Diversity is defined by who sits at the table, while inclusion is which voices get heard,” says Jamie Velazquez, Ph.D Here are six simple ways to encourage an open dialogue around diversity in your own organization: 1.

5 Expert Secrets To Increase Workplace Diversity

Spark Hire

It might not be something you notice right away, but unless you focus on workplace diversity in your hiring process , it’ll leave you with candidates and employees who are all the same. Ethnically-diverse companies outperform by 35 percent. Know where to look for diverse candidates.

Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor: Celebrating Our Differences at Workday

Workday

Having a diverse and inclusive workplace is a priority for most organizations. And like most priorities, it takes a team and a set of goals to address diversity and inclusion (D&I). Workday Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor. “As Everybody’s Diverse in Their Own Way.

How to achieve diversity in your boardroom

Sage HRMS

In today’s society having a diverse boardroom is a huge asset to your business growth and brand reputation. If properly led, the more diversity around you, the more blind spots will be covered, the more biases will be challenged, and the more decisions will be interrogated and improved. That’s a good thing – diverse boardrooms […]. The post How to achieve diversity in your boardroom appeared first on Sage Advice US.

Embrace Talent Diversity in Your Sourcing Strategy

Entelo

It's no secret that many companies struggle to nurture and promote diversity. As we see time and time again, diversity and its advancement are goals without easy solutions. By doubling your diversity, you could increase earnings by 8 percent or more.

The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion On Employee Engagement

Achievers

The fact of the matter is, workplace diversity has a huge impact on employee engagement. Canadian top 5 bank, RBC, is well known for its principled stance on workplace diversity — “To win in your market, you need to hire your market.” By: Jeff Waldman.

Diversity, stop burying your head!

New to HR

Here in the London, UK Diversity was once a hot topic, probably because an English street dance troupe called Diversity won Britain’s Got Talent in 2009. Diversity in the workplace is still a struggle for many organisations. Diversity, not just about gender.

Hiring Diverse Candidates Can Be Good For Your Business – and Your Workforce

TLNT: The Business of HR

talentRecently, the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals hired the very first female coach in league history. This is a seismic shift in a field heavily dominated by men – from coaches, players, announcers, etc. Diversity brings different points of view to the table.

What We Can Learn from Black Panther’s Success: Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging in Your Workplace

HR Daily Advisor

This sense of “belonging” is also a key factor in the workplace for companies seeking to create a diverse and inclusive culture, according to a recent LinkedIn survey. EntertainHR belonging Black Panther community DIBS employees inclusion LinkedIn workplace diversity

OHANA Five by Five

Center for Coaching

In the previous blog, Scot Conway described the OHANA Way Acronym he covered in his free webinar as part of the Center for Coaching Certification free continuing education offerings. Embrace Infinitely Diversity in Infinite Combinations Aimed at Greatness. Coaching Resources Coaching Skills Coaching Stories Skills Tools and Techniques assertiveness center for coaching certification coaching Diversity harmony nobility oasis OHANA OHANA five-by-five

Compensation Cafe: Cultural Practices for a More Dynamic Workplace

RecognizeThis!

I propose three cultural practices, which are excerpted from the full post below: Leaders as coaches. Recognition of differences and diversity. Constructive debate often comes from diverse perspectives and the ability to give voice to those perspectives. By Derek Irvine.

How The Intern Explores a Hidden Diversity Challenge

ATD Human Capital

Most of the discussions surrounding diversity seem to focus on gender and race. However, one of the largest diversity challenges in today’s workforce hasn’t been talked about much at all until recently. The new film The Intern addresses the underlying issues around age diversity, revealing that many of us have forgotten that we can learn valuable information from our elders.