On this episode of the Employee Cycle Podcast, we have Jack Patton, CEO & Founder of STRE.ME, joining us to discuss How To Build And Measure Inclusive Behavior.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- First off, how did Jack Patton end up in the wonderful world of HR?
- Secondly, what is inclusive behavior and why is it important?
- Next, what are some concrete examples of what inclusive behavior looks like?
- How do unconscious biases affect how we see and interact with the world?
- What are some examples of how people can use inclusive behavior in the workplace?
- What is an “in group” at work? And what does it mean that people are speaking on behalf of their in group?
- When it comes to building and measuring inclusive behavior, where does HR start the process?
- What are some examples of the saying, “systems run the business and people run the systems?”
- As you think about bias, whether it’s unconscious or not, there’s a lot of room for interpretation. Who makes those decisions for an organization?
- Can you ever eliminate bias from the workplace?
- And so much more!
How to find Jack Patton and STRE.ME:
Backed by Techstars and Elevate Ventures and trusted by enterprise and military customers, STRE.ME’s platform enables diversity and people leaders to build and measure inclusive behavior.
STRE.ME (pronounced stream) is the culmination of research and real-world application with a mission to help improve the way people work together.
About Employee Cycle:
Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data! We change their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time HR Analytics Dashboard. We help companies view, track, and analyze their workforce data in one place. As a result, companies avoid risks, save costs, and increase their employee lifetime value.