Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Articles
Curiosity is an essential allyship skill as it helps allies learn more about others different from themselves.
Vulnerability is a critical skill to practice to foster DEI. Vulnerability is necessary when having conversations with people that don’t look like us, behave like us, or seem to have a lot in common with us.
Diversity work means doing things differently than you have done in the past. You cannot keep doing the same thing expecting different results.
Empathy, not sympathy, is critical to DEI work. People do not want your pity, they want your respect and understanding.
Taking on the perspective of others is a critical DEI skill. You cannot wear someone else’s shoes, you only try to understand where they are coming from.
There are three main barriers to leading with allyship at home which cause people to withdraw from the DEI conversation.
Recognizing there is still a problem with DEI in organizations is key because you cannot solve a problem until you see it. We must address these 3 problems.
Address your unconscious bias to help foster DEI at work or at home. Follow these three steps to learn how to acknowledge and address your biases.
DEI is about progress over perfection. Learn 3 proven ideas to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion and tools to be an even better ally in 2021.
Pronouns signal to others you want to be an ally. They open the door to inclusive conversations. Learn how to lead like an ally and properly share your pronouns.
Diversity and Inclusion is a Candid Conversation
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