Inclusion is top of mind for many organizations, as it should be. Yet, many employees still report ineffective and inauthentic inclusion strategies and initiatives. The 2021 Global Culture Report found that 83% of those who self-identify with any minority group are more likely to feel their organization talks about diversity in ways that box employees into traditional categories that don’t accurately express who they are. HR Leaders continue to be at a loss for where to go next.
Join Dr. Alexander Lovell of the O.C. Tanner Institute as he shares strategies for improving inclusion and equity in the workplace from the lens of employee recognition.
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A political sociologist with more than a decade’s worth of deep methodological, research, and practitioner experience, Dr. Alexander Lovell conducts extensive research on workplace culture, employee experience, and assessment methodologies for the O.C. Tanner Institute. He also curates the perspectives of more than 40,000 leaders and employees, revealing relevant workplace trends for the Institute’s annual Global Culture Report, which is informed by his research in field theory, inter-generational dynamics, and culture change.
His dynamic insights transform the cultures of numerous Fortune 100 and Global 2000 companies as he works to develop targeted culture assessment programs, predictive models, evaluation plans, and listening strategies that help people thrive at work. He finished his doctoral training at the University of Utah and holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from American Military University.