SOUR discusses inclusive design on the 79th episode of Inclusion Works, a podcast series hosted by Hive Learning.
Together with host Zoe Allerding, the conversation touched upon how inclusive practices can benefit any project, at any organization, and bring us one step closer to true inclusion, while saving time and money over the course of an initiative. How to start using inclusive design principles in your teams directly, and why is creating ‘with’ better than creating ‘for’?
Listen to the podcast episode on the website of Hive Learning: https://www.hivelearning.com/site/inclusion-works-podcast/
Hive Learning started out in 2013 when rugby-world cup winning coach, Sir Clive Woodward, and the UK’s digital venture builder, Blenheim Chalcot, joined forces to disrupt the ineffective and unengaging world of digital learning. The team’s goal was to create a scalable learning model that took the pressure off learning teams and put responsibility into the hands of their people to stimulate everyday learning and collaboration.
Today Hive Learning’s data set comprises over 20 million learning moments and the team have studied 1000s of social movements both at work and in life to create a winning formula that is changing the face of how some of the world’s largest and most innovative organizations operate.
Hive Learning is on a mission to build a more equitable and inclusive world through our Inclusion Works peer learning program. They teach people what it means to be inclusive at work and create the conditions for diverse teams to thrive.
Hive Learning are proud to host Inclusion Works – a podcast exploring the secrets of building an inclusive culture at work and in the community, featuring practical advice from the movers, shakers and changemakers bringing fresh thinking to the inclusion debate.
We’ve spent the last year curating more than 1,000 leading sources on diversity and inclusion and speaking to inspiring experts, advisors, clients, prospects and friends about the most effective ways to build an inclusive culture daily.
And as part of that mission, we wanted to share all of the actionable advice we picked up over the past year (as well as everything we’re yet to learn) with all of you. [source: Hive Learning]