It makes us more adaptable in a rapidly changing marketplace.
It helps us attract and retain the best talent.
It allows us to serve a diverse customer base.
It improves the performance of our teams.
All of the above.
Ignoring people you don't like
Intercultural team building
Respect others when they are talking.
Speak from your own experience instead of generalizing.
Use personal attacks when you don't agree with someone.
There is no need to be conscious of other peoples' communication styles
Use "people first" language to focus on the person rather than the disability
Be patient and listen closely when communicating with someone who speaks a different language than you
Do not ask questions, it makes you look silly
Step out of your comfort zone and make an effort to interact with others who are not like you
Share what you know
Choose to make a positive impact on the people around you
There is no need to address them
Analyze stereotypes and find reasons why they are not true
Pay attention to your words and strive to model respect
Recognize your own biases.
Include different styles and cultures in decision-making, brainstorming and feedback.
Disregard people who don't think like you do.
Avoid people who are different.
Model and encourage open communication and team work.
Try not to be defensive.
Be open for feedback.
Ask clarifying questions.
Strive to reconnect and ensure that the moment doesn’t sidetrack your ongoing ability to work together