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Celebrate Introverts on World Introvert Day
Happy World Introvert Day! 56.8% of People around the World Prefer Introversion
12 Reasons to Celebrate Introverts on World Introvert Day
January 2 was World Introvert Day. This day celebrates the contributions & achievements of introverts. Did you know the following famous names are introverts? Albert Einstein, Steven Spielberg, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, J.K. Rowling, Lady Gaga, Martin Luther King Jr., David Letterman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Elton John, Emma Watson, BTS’ V and Jungkook, etc. Around the world, introverts tend to be misunderstood by society. Global News busts some myths about the more introspective members of the population. According to the 2019 MBTI® global sample, 56.8% of people around the world prefer introversion. Despite this reality, workplaces still have a disproportionate representation in leadership roles. Some countries and companies continue to culturally weigh more emphasis on extraversion over introversion in hiring due to unconscious bias and stereotypes. Here are some tips to unleash the power of introversion.
Psychology Today shares 12 reasons why we should celebrate introverts.
Tips for Leaders and Management: How To Make The Return To The Office Better For Those Preferring Introversion
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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion news: Support Diversity in Business
McDonald’s pledges $250M to new franchise owners to help increase diversity
McDonald’s is announcing global diversity initiatives such as recruiting new franchise owners from underrepresented communities and pledging to offer $250 millions in financing to help those who struggle to get funding. Is Corporate America finally changing? USA Today shares the story.
Don’t miss the high-demand jobs from diverse and social impact valued employers
Alteristic is hiring many roles
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion news: Inclusive Hybrid Workplace
5 Practices to Make Your Hybrid Workplace Inclusive
It has been a learning experience for all of us in the DEI/D&I journey. According to McKinsey & Company research, 30% of employees said they’d be likely to switch jobs if they were required to be fully on-site. And more than 50% of respondents said they’d like to work at least partially remotely. As we step into 2022, how are you modifying your company’s hybrid work plans and policies to create a more inclusive hybrid workplace? McKinsey shares how your culture will need to catch up – fast.
Harvard Business Reviews shares 5 Practices to Make Your Hybrid Workplace Inclusive.