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In this article, Tim Elgar, Head of Culture and Leadership at Twinkl, explores four key steps to building workplace inclusion and making D&I part of your company culture.
Following on from the first two parts to this D&I trilogy and after receiving lots of messages that mentioned the significance of 'making D&I part of your company culture', I thought it was only right that I published an article about this theme.
As we're already full steam ahead in 2020, we take a look back at just how far we came in 2019.
I recently asked Diversity and Inclusion professionals in my LinkedIn network to share their top tips of what they thought was 'most important to them when it comes to workplace inclusivity'. Find out what they said in this 2nd part of the D&I trilogy.
The Vevox Free account allows you to include interactive Q&A, live polling and audience generated words clouds in your meetings instantly. Ready to make your first meetings interactive? Then read on for our top 5 tips for getting the most out of a FREE Vevox account…
Diversity and inclusion are often misunderstood terms. Diversity is not about ticking boxes and making sure we recruit candidates based on their identities, backgrounds or gender. Inclusion is not all about just giving an employee the chance to feedback during an annual survey. Find out in this article what D&I really means and it's value in the workplace.
In this update due on the 12th December, the focus has been on making minor tweaks that will make a subtle but hugely positive impact on user experience.
In this article we will explain what a live word cloud poll is and reveal 7 of the best word cloud generators out there for creating static images to increasing audience collaboration in presentations.
In our latest product update, due for release on 22nd October, we’re bringing you some treats (well, it is nearly Halloween)...
After a major update, Vevox’s interactive audience display ‘Present View’ now not only looks like the kind of screen you’d be proud to present in front of, but it’s got a bunch of new simple new features that makes it even easier and to manage during a meeting or class.