Julie Kratz is a TEDx speaker, inclusive leadership trainer, executive coach, author and founder of Next Pivot Point.
Julie develops inclusive workplace cultures through allyship across gender, race, and all dimensions of diversity.
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Five questions to ask to show you are an ally Diversity and inclusion conversations require bravery and courage, and you do not have to do it alone. At Next Pivot Point, we believe we are stronger together, when we all come together as allies. We need people in the majority group (white, cisgender, male, straight, able-bodied) now more than ever engaged in the diversity and inclusion conversation. The benefits of diversity are no surprise. The more organizations mirror their customer bases and communities in which they serve, the more innovation, higher revenues, and profitability they see. Yet, at most organizations, the higher you go into leadership in an organization, the more male and pale it looks. We’re missing out on an opportunity to be an ally. Those that are generally considered diverse talent do not identify with the majority group by one or more dimension (non-white,...