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1911, 2020

Inclusion And Preparing for The Election

By |November 19th, 2020|Categories: Blog, everyday inclusion|Tags: , |

 Video Transcription Mo: Hello, hello, hello and welcome to this week's everyday inclusion and belonging where we talk about everything under the sun when it comes to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. And we have a really timely topic. Today we are going to be talking about the impact of the presidential election and politics overall on inclusion and what we can be doing to prepare. Because 2016 actually [...]

311, 2020

Politics in the Workplace: Don’t Let External Divisions Tear Your Workplace Apart

By |November 3rd, 2020|Categories: Blog, everyday inclusion|Tags: , , |

11 Actions Leaders Can Take Think the old adage, “Don’t talk about politics in the workplace” is keeping politics from impacting your team? Think again. American Psychological Association released their Stress in America report earlier this month and here’s what they found: 68% - over two-thirds of adults- say that the current political climate or U.S. presidential election is a significant source of stress. Think about that 68 out of [...]

111, 2020

African American or Black? Which Term Should You Use?

By |November 1st, 2020|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

This is very much up to the individual, so we’re going to lead with a reminder to ask. Racial identity is very personal, and the language we use to refer to a person’s race is a reflection of that. Black and African American are not always interchangeable. African American was typically used to refer to descendants of people from African who were enslaved. Some people prefer the term Black because they do not identify as [...]

2610, 2020

What are Diversity, Equity and Inclusion?

By |October 26th, 2020|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

We hear these terms thrown around a lot and with good reason; knowing what they actually mean is important.  Let’s break it down. DIVERSITY: Diversity is about variety. Diversity is the range of our differences, including things like race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, social class, physical ability or attributes, cognitive abilities, religious beliefs, national origin. It’s everything that makes us unique – seen and unseen. And every one [...]

2006, 2020

Is Workplace Unconscious Bias Training for Employees Effective? Maybe.

By |June 20th, 2020|Categories: everyday inclusion, unconscious bias training, virtual unconscious bias training|Tags: |

You’re trying to decide whether to invest in unconscious bias training for your workplace and you want to be sure it’s actually going to have an impact. The first question to ask is if this type of training is even effective to begin with. The quick answer - it depends. Just like any other kind of workplace training, if unconscious bias training is poorly designed it’s simply not effective. However, if [...]

1106, 2020

How to Choose Effective Online Unconscious Bias Training

By |June 11th, 2020|Categories: inclusion, unconscious bias training, virtual unconscious bias training|Tags: , , , , |

The world has shifted. First COVID-19, then the current racial justice movement converged, rocking people to their core. Long overdue change is happening at lightspeed. The silver lining of all the heavy and heartache that started the change is that the demand for unconscious bias training for employees is being driven from the employees themselves. Your team is ready to learn and to be a part of creating diversity, inclusion [...]

403, 2020

Allyship and The Myth of the Mean Girl

By |March 4th, 2020|Categories: Blog|

The Myth of the Mean Girl There is a myth circulating the workplace and media outlets that women are not supporting each other in the workplace. This Myth suggests that women who work together often bully, harass or sabotage each other more commonly than their male counterparts. These women are often labeled as either “Mean Girls” or “Queen Bees”. In todays work environment, as women, we need to [...]

2502, 2020

Tips for an Inclusive Thanksgiving

By |February 25th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Tips for an Inclusive Thanksgiving Hi everybody, Thanksgiving is just around the corner and I know from having talked to quite a few people, it's leveling up the anxiety quite a bit. So we wanted to give you just some real quick tips around how to bring a side of inclusion to the Thanksgiving table. A First Step of Inclusion First, let's just recognize how fraught [...]

2502, 2020

The Complexity of Diversity

By |February 25th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

The Complexity of Diversity On this addition of Everyday inclusion me and Draya tackle a very difficult subject; what is diversity? This is closely tied to a phenomenon called the “oppression olympics” which we discuss briefly before tackling some of the major topics about visible vs non visible disabilities/ forms of diversities. As a Hispanic woman who has light skin, Draya has an amazing insight into how some [...]

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