Diversity Best Practices For Virtual Interactions
L&D professionals think about structure and skill-building when we design anything from whole learning programs down to individual learning interactions. But we start by defining objectives. The objectives for a team meeting dictate who to invite, the sequence and types of activities, and what success looks like. When a routine objective such as problem-solving is joined by an objective to increase inclusion and equity, it’s plain that most teams need to redesign their interactions. This is a chance to transform old practices with increased energy and engagement.
For greater inclusion and equity, I invite you to apply your structural thinking to virtual team interactions in 4 key areas:
- Time Allocation
- Mini-Scripts For Emotionally Risky Interactions