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Maximizing Returns: Understanding the ROI of DEI Training in the Workplace

Maximizing Returns: Understanding the ROI of DEI Training in the Workplace

What is the ROI for DEI Training in the Workplace?

The return on investment (ROI) of DEI training benefits both the Employee and the Organization when delivered effectively.

How DEI Training Benefits Employees 

Awareness and knowledge: Diversity training can help employees become more aware of their biases and attitudes towards people from different backgrounds. It can also teach them about different cultures, values, and communication. 

Increased communication skills: Effective communication is essential in a diverse workplace. Diversity training can help employees develop better communication skills and learn how to communicate effectively with people from different backgrounds.

Reduced bias and discrimination: By educating employees about different cultures and perspectives, DEI training can help reduce unconscious bias and discrimination.

Civility and respect: DEI training can help employees understand the importance of inclusivity and respect in the workplace. It can teach them how to create a welcoming and respectful environment for all employees, regardless of their background.

Improved teamwork and productivity: DEI training can help employees learn how to work effectively in diverse teams, promoting collaboration and teamwork. This can lead to better problem-solving and decision-making and ultimately improve business outcomes.

How DEI Training Benefits Organizations

Increased awareness:  DEI training brings increased awareness around the benefits of a more diverse workplace, including improved innovation, decision-making, employee engagement, and financial performance.

Enhanced business outcomes:  DEI training provides skills to understand better and serve diverse customer populations. It also provides the strategy to create and improve brand reputation and competitive advantage.

Leadership and organizational accountability: DEI training can help leaders better understand the benefit of DEI to themselves personally and to the business while raising awareness around organizational barriers and creating opportunities for increased leadership and accountability.

Evidence-based data:  DEI training can skillfully utilize data trends and analysis to create a compelling case for DEI while adding perspectives about the ethical imperative and the positive impact on the business.

Syntrio’s DEI training will allow all employees unique opportunities to self-reflect and action plan around themselves, their teams, the organization, and those they serve.

Let Syntrio help you with your DEI and Healthy Workplace Journey.

Whether you need help launching or relaunching your program strategy, Syntrio can help create a culture of inclusion and belonging. We partner to help organizations create and maintain a sustainable workplace culture that embraces diversity through training and communication.

Here are some sources that may provide additional information and validation for the ideas presented in the blog post:

    1. “The business case for diversity, equity, and inclusion” by Deloitte Insights 
    2. “How to measure the ROI of diversity and inclusion” by HR Technologist
    3. “Why diversity, equity, and inclusion matter for businesses and society” by McKinsey & Company
    4. “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: How to Build a Business Case” by the Society for Human Resource Management
    5. “Diversity and Inclusion Training ROI: What You Need to Know” by Training Industry 

Tammy is a thought leader with a pioneering record of global workforce management experience. She has worked across diverse industries and specializes in developing large-scale human resources and diversity, equity, and inclusion program strategies while helping organizations create inclusive cultures that leverage all talent for a competitive advantage. Tammy has held very focused senior leadership roles while serving as a trusted advisor, coach, and facilitator.

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