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Last June, during the Coronavirus & Social Injustice Learning Circle on June 15, 50 people gathered to discuss the implications of the Black Lives Matter movement in the workplace. Specifically, how Learning & Development should respond. From multiple chat comments during the session, there is a clear struggle to find the right way to talk about race, racism, and other topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
After a decades-long narrative about meritocracy, we are forced to confront the role of Learning and Talent professionals in attracting, hiring, developing, engaging, retaining, and promoting employees while honoring our commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Creating a meaningful DEI Framework for corporate learning is fraught with challenges.
What we will Explore Together:
Tomás Ramírez would like ELE to peer-review his team’s newly developed DEI Training Framework that is divided between Power Skills and DEI content building.