This week, we see what inclusive leadership looks like, dive into how to detoxify a culture, explore what female Gen Z employees need in order to shine at work, and learn that Betterworks will be at the UNLEASH conference in London. 

This week’s growth quote:

“Passion, creativity, and resilience are the most crucial skills in business. If you’ve got those, you’re ready to embark on the journey.”

Jo Malone

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Betterworks is heading to London this March 24 – 25 for UNLEASH 2020!

Betterworks

Swing by the Betterworks Booth (number 207) at UNLEASH 2020 in London at the end of March. Our very own Steven Jones, EMEA Sales Director, and Amy Culverhouse, Enterprise Sales Executive, will also be giving a talk about bridging the gap between business strategy and operational execution on March 25. 

The Key to Inclusive Leadership

HBR 

Your leadership team makes a 70% difference as to whether employees feel included or not. If the C-Suite needs to do a better job, this article is the ideal primer. It lays out the six traits of inclusive leaders and will help you retain both diverse customers and employees.

Why HR Needs to Take a Stand Against Jerks at Work

TLNT

Workplace bullying costs the workforce $369 billion. But not all bad behavior constitutes the kind of illegal act which requires HR to intervene. Learn how HR teams are protecting employees who are targets of abusive behavior that falls into a grey zone, in this five-minute video.

What Do Gen Z Women Want at Work? Hear from Industry Leaders

HR Technologist

As the next wave of employees—born between 1995 and 2010—are entering the workforce, this article lays out how to hire, retain and promote the women of Gen Z. A gender-sensitive approach to employee benefits and gender parity at the leadership will be crucial. 
If you missed the last recap, read it here: Combatting Coronavirus, Kind Layoffs and Age Diversity