Welcome to the Education Resources section of ErgCouncil.com. Here you will find a variety of tools designed to help grow your skills and increase your diversity competence.
Education resources and tools in this learning center allow you the flexibility to work on programs and learn at your own pace and are designed to give individuals the insight and the tools to build their own and others’ inclusiveness. These programs are crafted to appeal to all learning styles, giving participants the opportunity to listen, observe, practice and reflect, which is shown to develop long term behavior change.
48 pages of best practices encompassing the efforts and initiatives of the Top 25 Honors Award recipients for 2017. Their initiatives are divided into the four focus areas and sub-measures that comprised the questions of the Honors Award application: Demonstrated Results, Management Commitment, Measurement & Accountability, and Communication & Education.
Identifying the Link between ERGs and 'The Bottom Line'
In the modern workplace, there continues to be an ongoing struggle between two organizational strategies: that of human resources...
American Airlines Takes Flight with Honors Award Recognition
We are extremely proud to have been honored over the years as one of the top 25 recipients of the Honors Award....
Taking Your Training to the Next Level with PRISM's Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion for Engagement and Innovation™
As an Association Member you have access to view our recorded Best Practice Webinars and Inspirational Presentations. The recorded presentations are available for Playback at anytime during your active membership.
When it comes to inclusion, how do you foster a work environment where people with different backgrounds feel valued for their differences?
Many employers struggle to foster inclusion. A recent Deloitte study found that 71 percent of organizations said they aspire to an inclusive culture, but only 12 percent said that they've achieved this goal...
Celebrated Dates in November 2018
Disrupting the "I don't see color" narrative
Nneka Greene breaks down the "I don't see color" response often used by those who don't fully consider the reprecussions of their actions or commentary.