If you care about issues of diversity and inclusion as many young people do, back to school time is a great way to reset the conversation about inclusion and create inclusive spaces for young people to be their best selves at home and in the classroom.
Most people don’t understand that legacy admissions and other forms of privileges are also a form of affirmative action.
Political division and anti-woke legislation have many C-suite leaders dialing back company DEI efforts. Here’s why you shouldn’t be so fast to react and reverse course.
Not everyone is on board with DEI initiatives. For those that are hoping it will fade away, it is time to engage them proactively before they disrupt the culture. Here’s how to engage a DEI skeptic.
As we return to “normal,” some things will never be the same. The standard company offsite meeting is one. Here’s how to make it effective and inclusive.
For organizations that are serious about DEI, measurement and communication on progress are key. When outcomes are measured over time, initiatives are properly resourced and leadership is more likely to stay engaged.
Do the Same People Always Talk at Your Meetings? Here’s How to Make Meetings More Productive and Inclusive
Meetings that do not have a unique purpose, warrant debate or specific action item decisions are not inclusive — and therefore tend to be unproductive. Here’s how to make sure your meetings are more productive and inclusive to ensure it’s not the same people always talking.
Here is how to understand the differences between equality and equity.
There are many different types of allyship – here’s how to be an ally without making it about you.
If leadership is not committed to DEI work, it is likely to fail. Leadership commitment can be hard to measure, here are five ways to check.
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