Diversity refers to the variety of backgrounds, cultures, disciplines, approaches, and the way we solve problems.

The Lab’s diversity strategy refers to the ways in which the organizational culture and individuals support, celebrate, and encourage a variety of experiences, values, worldviews, and problem-solving approaches.

Good Reads

For more resources and trainings, please visit the Learning@LBL website brought to you by Berkeley Lab's Learning & Organizational Development Office.

Resources include:

  • Recommended courses like Inclusion During Difficult Times & Communicating About Culturally Sensitive Issues

  • Self Directed Learning Platforms such as LinkedIn, Gartner & the UC Learning Center

  • Self Development courses, articles, books and podcasts

  • Team Development resources on team building, coaching, management

Do you need a slide for a quick meeting opener or a prompt to start a longer discussion on inclusion? Check out the One Minute for IDEA slides.

For a longer discussion, check out the Discussion Guide Library

Diverse perspectives are critical to innovation, particularly in science, since everyone views a problem through their own lens. It is only when you combine these diverse perspectives that you get a full picture according to Inder Monga, Division Director, Scientific Networking/ESNet at Berkeley Lab.