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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) and Belonging Trends for 2023

Corporate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) efforts have ramped up in recent years, and I expect it to continue into 2023 and beyond. This year the business world  coined the term “The Great Resignation.” As more people leave jobs to find better work-life flexibility, companies need to be proactive. Additionally, as some companies reopen […]

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How to Create an Inclusive Workplace During the Holidays

Holidays are important to many people. They hold traditions, emotions, and cultural significance. In workplaces, it’s important to be mindful of all holidays and celebrate them in a meaningful and inclusive way for all employees and create cultural learning opportunities. Here are five ways to create an inclusive workplace during the holiday season.  Ask Employees […]

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Reviewing Your DEI Successes Now, Helps Plan for Next Year

While the calendar is telling us that summer is wrapping up, most organizations have reviewed mid-year goals and have started looking toward priorities for the new year. The year-end planning will help set the tone and budget for an organization to make realistic goals and take advantage of successes and lessons learned from the last […]

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New Year, New Culture of Belonging to Cultivate

Outside of our human craving to be loved, the other emotion that drives esteem, affects decisions, and determines outcomes is our innate desire to belong. A workplace culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive is a valuable way to create and maintain a workforce of highly engaged, productive employees with a healthy sense of belonging. This […]

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Black History Month, A Cause for Celebration

As we enter the second month of a new year, many of us remain hopeful that the learning from 2020  and the momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement will continue. While Black history is always important, February is the month dedicated to honoring and celebrating Black Americans’ history and many achievements. Since 1976, every American president has designated […]

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Women’s History Month & International Women’s Day: Hear Them Roar!

There have been milestones and struggles throughout history that remind us that the fight for gender equality remains alive and well and must continue. For many, the 2020 passing of 87-year-old Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, was such an occurrence. Although we mourned as a nation, we also […]

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Hindu Holi Festival of Colors

Spring is approaching, which means the Hindu Holi Festival of Colors is right around the corner. It is a celebration of spring, love, and new beginnings. This year, the festival begins March 28 and ends the following day, March 29. Often called the “festival of spring” or the “festival of love,” the Hindu Holi Festival […]

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) and Belonging Trends for 2023

Corporate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) efforts have ramped up in recent years, and I expect it to continue into 2023 and beyond. This year the business world  coined the term “The Great Resignation.” As more people leave jobs to find better work-life flexibility, companies need to be proactive. Additionally, as some companies reopen […]

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How Disability Inclusion Impacts All of Us

Disabilities come in many different shapes, forms, and sizes. Some are easy to see, but many can’t be seen at all. Two in five adults aged 65 years and older have a disability, and one in four women have a disability. Almost all people have a connection to someone with a disability, or they can […]

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Giving Feedback: A Key Skill for Inclusive Leadership

’Tis the season for gratefulness, thanks, and feedback. At this time of the year, many managers are completing self-assessments or preparing for year-end performance reviews.  Leaders often dread when it is time for the performance reviews. It’s awkward to tell employees they need to improve, and it’s often challenging to hear about areas of improvement. […]

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