Fixing Diversity Programs – Diversity, Inclusion and Deliberate Practice
By Randy Sabourin
No one should be arguing against increasing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Strategically, ethically and financially it makes sense that organizations can benefit from being diverse. Despite the power and potential bottom-line impact, the lack of success of the majority of Diversity and Inclusion Programs (D&I) has been a stellar disappointment. The needle is just not moving. The next step and biggest aspect of the diversity challenge is enabling individuals to effect change through their actions
Networking is crucial to business careers and is one of the main benefits of LTEN membership: The chance to meet, connect and learn from your life sciences peers. For this new Bonus Focus feature, we’re happy to introduce you to Nick Fifield,sales training manager, Australia & New Zealand, for Johnson & Johnson Medical..