Join HR luminary Pat Wadors as she explains how to move beyond the call for diversity and inclusion into a key third area: belonging.
- What people at a human level really want is to feel like they belong to a community, that they feel psychological safety, that someone cares about me and my unique self. DIBs is a acronym to pull together diversity, inclusion, and belonging, and DIBs is everything that makes you unique and diverse. It's how well I treat you respectfully and carefully. And how you feel as part of my team. Employees, especially Millennial Generation, they are looking at so many signals around the world about your culture.
If the core of the company's healthy and it learns that compassion is magic and it learns to unlock your super powers, your unique you, and creates this belonging community, it attracts others. So, you know you've got it when candidates go, "I want to work for you. "I heard that you have this belonging culture. "I heard about DIBs. "Oh my gosh! "I think that just you talking about it changes the world. "Not only do you talk about it "but I see you in the pride parade. "I saw this over here. "I saw you celebrating black history month "and I can do my job "and celebrate my multidimensional uniqueness here, "then why can't I do that?" And, so, people find you.
You know, people find beautiful, bright things.