It takes courage to stand up to bias and advocate for a welcoming and fair culture in your organization. But courage alone won’t ensure that you actually make a difference. We each have a part to play in making progress, and the strategies in this guide can help you make an impact.
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6 WAYS TO HELP YOUR ORGANIZATION BE MORE INCLUSIVE
ANYONE CAN CONTRIBUTE TO A CULTURE OF INCLUSION.
Systemic issues—like lack of diversity in hiring, bias in promotions, and apathy about diversity, equity, and inclusion—can feel insurmountable. But we each have a part to play in making progress. The strategies in this guide can help you make an impact.
MODEL AND SUPPORT INCLUSIVENESS
But beware of the common trap of thinking that just because you’re in favor of reducing bias, you’re doing all you need to. Some diversity experts suggest that the most effective way to address unconscious bias is to focus less on changing others’ behaviors and more on changing your own.
Be a light, not a judge. Be a model not a critic.
– STEPHEN R. COVEY
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