Many companies are struggling with diversity training efforts today. Any company putting energy behind D&I training headed in the right direction – but they’re barely scratching the surface. Developing a diverse workforce is great – but recognizing the real reasons behind diversity training efforts is even better.

The biggest mistake companies are making in regards to diversity and inclusion training is taking a strictly reactive approach. Companies are reacting to concerns or complaints – and with today’s climate, they’re focusing on reacting as quickly as possible.

After undertaking diversity training initiatives, you’re going to be getting all kinds of feedback. Here’s what you should do with it:

Assess it.
Learn from it – use it to improve your diversity training program.
Analyze the feedback and look at what is underneath it. Are there hidden lessons?
Stay the course.

Author's Bio: 

Trained recruiters at Vividhta understand the complexity in finding diverse talent for organizations. Whether your aim is gender balancing or to become more inclusive with specially-abled resources, Vividhta provides you the right profile suited for your needs. Our diversity consultants are equipped to help you identify potential areas for diversity, work out a structured approach to help you increase the diversity profile of your organization.