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Leaders are expected to be inclusive. However, the ones incompetent at valuing diversity and inclusion suffer from the Dunning-Kruger syndrome. This experimental analysis of 4000 leaders in a firm reveals some intriguing findings
A research concludes that the mere existence of secret conversations during meetings can recalibrate power scales between majority and minority opinion holders; and resultantly lead to the minority views being integrated in decision-making.
Engaging employees, especially when half of them also work from their home office every now and then, is challenging for organizations. Research reveals that remote workers feel more disengaged and hard done by than the on-site employees.
As part of the People Matters-Pluralsight Roundtable series, CLOs, CHROs and Business leaders have been coming together to discuss how to align L&D with business needs and how to keep this alignment continuous. Excerpts from Gurgaon Roundtable.