Getting an expert to enjoy themselves and engaging them begins from understanding diversity and having diversity management skills.
Diversity means that employees are individuals of different ages and genders, for example, who come from a wide range of cultural, educational, ethnic, religious, or other backgrounds, speak different languages, and have different experiences.
Build a work culture and atmosphere that takes different people into account. Orientate international experts so that they can adopt a new work culture and the organization’s ways of working. Remember to also pay attention to soft values: for example, ensure that international employees are not excluded from informal social activities at the workplace or from coffee table discussions.
Inclusive leadership is crucial, so keep the leadership skills of the managers in your organization up to date. This makes diversity an asset for your business.
Your company delivers the best results when the work community feels comfortable and everybody is treated as an equal member of it.