A Friendly Introduction to DE&I
To remain competitive in today's market, industries across the globe know they need a diverse staff and DE&I initiatives to move forward. To start, every employee needs to know that DE&I includes them. Meeting your teams where they are is vital to getting everyone onboard.

A New Day teaches employees that supporting DE&I is in their own best interests. When diversity is prioritized and nurtured, companies can attract and retain talent, spur innovation and experience increased financial gains. And, when each employee is treated as unique, a culture of dignity can grow. So everyone can be their best self at work.

Portraying a variety of realistic workplaces, A New Day addresses prominent issues in diversity in a welcoming format. Users can identify with the stories because they're based on real professionals' testimonies.

A New Day's results-driven, science-based methodology is proven to change behaviors for your staff. And, it promotes:

  • An appreciation of diversity
  • A greater sense of belonging at work
  • Higher employee engagement
  • Increased productivity
  • Unbiased hiring and promotions
  • Increased retention
  • Reduced loneliness or alienation at work
  • Protection from discrimination
  • Fewer harassment and abuse claims or lawsuits

A New Day introduces employees to DE&I in an accessible, informative Choose Your Own Journey™ format. With every decision, learners make decisions as a character who may be different from them. Harnessing the power of storytelling, learners empathize and more deeply absorb the message that diversity is good for business, good for morale, and good for individual growth.

A New Day is the first step to getting all of your employees ready for more advanced DE&I initiatives.

Methodologies

  • Scenario Modeling

  • Branching Storylines

  • Decision Points

  • Interactive Exercises

  • Assessments

Topics

  • The stress of being an "only" at work

  • Diverse employees' unique perspectives and contributions

  • Confronting nepotism and bias in hiring

  • The relationship between belonging and productivity

  • Retaining diverse talent

  • Managing a diverse workforce

  • Having difficult conversations around sexuality, race and identity

  • Legal protections for abuse and discrimination

76% of Gen Z employees and job seekers said a diverse workforce was important when evaluating companies and job offers.

Glassdoor Diversity & Inclusion Workplace Survey, 2020

Over 10 years, DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies outperformed the Dow Jones Industrial Average by 22 percent.

DiversityInc Top 50 Stock Index

Organizations with above-average gender diversity and levels of employee engagement outperform companies with below-average diversity and engagement by 46% to 58%.

Fast Company

In general, belonging is good for business: employees who feel a strong sense of belonging, versus a weak one, experience a 56% increase in job performance, a 50% reduction in turnover risk, and a 75% decrease in sick days.

BetterUp 2019 Report on Belonging: The Value of Belonging at Work (2019)

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