This is a joint partnership with the Algoma, Thousand Islands, West Toronto Chapters.
Traditional methods of changing minds and hearts (unconscious bias training, policies, employee resource groups, etc.) have not yielded the changes we would have expected around diversity and inclusion. With diversity and inclusion quickly becoming a top priority in organizations we need to look at other ways to increase inclusion.
How can we design for inclusion - what if we did not have to rely on individuals interrupting their implicit biases to make better (unbiased) decisions and we could design processes and programs that nudge them to be more inclusive?
Drawing from the field of behavioural economics, how do we use behavioural design concepts and ideas to design a more inclusive workplace.
- Define what is behavioural design and nudging
- Describe why using behavioural insights to design a more inclusive workplace is a good idea
- Explain what problem we are trying to solve and how to design talent systems, programs and processes that are inclusive
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