Anyone can practice inclusive leadership. If you’re not quite sure where to start, these six steps are clear and simple.
Posts Tagged: Diversity and Inclusion
Agencies are running with the wrenches thrown at them by modernizing how they recruit and hire talent during the pandemic.
Historically, diversity programs have been part of the effort to curb anti-Black racism in the workplace since 1964. But they can’t be standalone programs anymore.
We posed that question to Dr. Kendra L. Smith, Director of Community Engagement at the University of Houston’s College of Medicine. Here are four steps.
When we speak out or choose to discriminate or hurt, it means that we spent the time and energy with intent. This intention is to take away or reduce someone’s identity so that they no longer feel equal.
We all can cultivate a culture of inclusion and make significant contributions in an organization. The ability to celebrate our diversity while being part of one mission is absolutely complementary.
While there are protections in place, discrimination in the federal workforce continues to be a major issue. Thankfully, organizations like FEW work to prevent non-compliance and help women and minorities attain equal opportunities.
Want a diverse workplace? Start thinking outside the box and don’t take short-cuts when it comes to hiring.
Women and people of color are largely underrepresented in the government. Here is one explanation for why.
Two things your organization can do to create a more inclusive work environment.