על מה אנחנו מדברות כשאנחנו מדברות על הכלה - מודל פסיכולוגי-חברתי של ארגון מכיל ויישומו בשדה

Translated title of the contribution: What we talk about when we talk about inclusion - A socio-psychological model building an inclusive organization and field level applications

רונה שטיין, טהר קייט, ענבל סיפריס, אורנית רמתי-דביר, עירן הלפרין

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Abstract

The notions of diversity and inclusion have gained increased attention both in the academic discourse on organizations as well as in the agendas of many organizations . As part of this trend, various conceptualizations have been proposed, and many organizations seek to promote diversity and inclusion through a variety of practices . While diversity commonly refers to representation, the concept of inclusion is not always clearly or agreed upon in the theoretical and applied discourse . The absence of a clear conceptualization makes it difficult for organizations to promote inclusion effectively . The model we developed ataChord proposes an integrative conceptualization that incorporates four components :belonging, voice, fairness, and tolerance . Accordingly, an inclusive organization is one that allows all its employees to see themselves as belonging, encourages them to make their voices heard, allows them to express their authentic identity in the workspace,conveys a clear expectation to be tolerant of those around them, and maintains fairשם
Translated title of the contributionWhat we talk about when we talk about inclusion - A socio-psychological model building an inclusive organization and field level applications
Original languageHebrew
Pages (from-to)18-42
Number of pages25
Journalאנליזה ארגונית
Volume27
StatePublished - 2021

IHP publications

  • IHP publications
  • Affiliation (Psychology)
  • Corporate culture
  • Discrimination in employment
  • Diversity in the workplace
  • Employees
  • Multiculturalism
  • Organizational change
  • Psychology, Industrial
  • Sound
  • Toleration

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