Change Management For Disability Inclusion
While physical or mental impairments are common among Americans, many employees do not feel comfortable disclosing their disabilities to their managers, which can cause detriment to the employees and the organization itself. However, organizational leaders can promote disability inclusion in the workplace by taking a human-centric approach to thoughtful change management.
On this episode of the Survive & Thrive podcast, host Jennifer Ayres discusses how leaders can use change management to promote disability inclusion in the workplace. By supporting staff members with disabilities through disability-inclusive practices, organizations can see numerous benefits, including more diversity, unique insights, and other advantages. Jennifer explains how organizational leaders can use change management to nurture their employees with disabilities and cultivate a productive and inclusive environment in the workplace.