Practical Application: Creating an Inclusive Workplace Environment for Veterans Infographic

Instructor: Scott Tuning

Scott has been a faculty member in higher education for over 10 years. He holds an MBA in Management, an MA in counseling, and an M.Div. in Academic Biblical Studies.

The stereotyping that results in a non-inclusive workplace is often a problem with education and culture. Business leaders can use print media as one of many vehicles for amplifying an inclusive culture.

Fact-Checking That Destroys Stereotypes

One of the most effective ways to break down the barriers that cause exclusivity is to educate people on the facts that will refute their stereotypes. Stereotyping assumes that specific individuals have the attributes of a group to which they belong. In real life, the process of stereotyping would include believing something like:

  • Janet was in the military, so she's going to have an abrupt communication style.

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