Inclusive management training is the next step after unconscious bias training

Diversity training is important, but it is rarely enough to change corporate culture without the support of broader interventions – inclusive management.

According to research by Harvard Business Review, many organisations roll out diversity training, and are then disappointed to find that very little changes. In some cases, diversity training has produced negative results – leaving organisations less diverse than they were before the training was offered.

What is going wrong? Why doesn’t diversity training help reduce inequality at work and improve the diversity of our workforces?

In many cases, the problems are twofold: the training itself is limited or flawed, and the training is not supported by wider organisational changes.

Why does diversity training fail?

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