Our workplace is typically described as accepting, respectful and inclusive with all community members. To continue reflecting these values, Cardinal at Work Insider collected several “best practices” to learn approaches each of us can consider implementing in the workplace.
Have a “20-minute huddle” like the Urology core administration team in the School of Medicine does each week, separate from their staff meeting, where the group meets to share what is important to each other. Team members feel the huddle helps them work more effectively and collaboratively together.
At the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Paul Chiames, Chief Human Resources Officer, shares some actions they've taken:
Ann Marie also recommends taking these workplace approaches:
Have 18 minutes to learn and be inspired? Watch a video toolkit created by the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, “Four Big Ideas for the Future of Work” (18:03). Get guidance from professors and corporate leaders about work practices that foster increasing diversity and building inclusive environments.