Diversity and Inclusion tool: Witty for HR and People & Culture
«Inclusive culture is a company's social 'license to operate'. If a company gets it wrong, they are guaranteed to lose shareholder value.»
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Examples of non-inclusive language among employees
Non-inclusive communication among employees or from C-level makes building an inclusive culture impossible. It destroys psychological safety and undercuts the feeling of belonging, and thus the free flow of ideas and opinions. If going unchecked, it creates a toxic culture.
Building diversity & inclusion cannot be done with a training
To build and live an inclusive culture, employees must become aware of everyday bias they unintentionally produce in their daily exchanges. Only through ongoing education about unconscious stereotypes can they figure out how to circumvent bias that prevents inclusive culture.
Diversity trainings don't work
«Your organization will become less diverse if you require managers to go to diversity training.» (Harvard) Rather: make inclusion education non-confrontational, fun, and constant.
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Witty makes it possible to create and scale inclusive culture at the workplace - with language. Language, our everyday tool, is the ideal lever to bring about bias awareness and to learn inclusive behavior on the go, in little steps, without being observed. Let Witty help you become inclusive - effective, sustainable, and affordable.
The key to on-the-go learning: Language
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What our customers say
Building inclusive culture fast is hard. Traditional measures like trainings don't work and are too expensive. Heads of HR and People & Culture use Witty to bring about inclusive culture among the whole staff.
«Using a digital tool that educates everyone about the language they use helps us to make really meaningful, sustainable and long-term change within the organization as we navigate through our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion journey.»
«I find Witty really helpful because it educates me on the go. I especially like the "why" explanations giving me insights about hidden stereotypes.»
«The explanations about the bias behind the words are particularly helpful. Not only does it make my writing more inclusive, but I get to learn as I go.»