Throughout the year and beyond, you can expect to see key topics elevated across our content, including diversity, equity, inclusion and leadership.
Posts Tagged: inclusion
“I think it’s really important to ensure that people with disabilities are not an afterthought,” said Deputy Assistant Secretary Jennifer Sheehy.
Many are working to make the federal government equitable for all. Let’s acknowledge the work that they’re doing in this article.
Some government agencies and many others have paused or canceled diversity trainings until they get more clarity on enforcement of the executive order.
Online content is more prevalent than ever, and so is making sure those offerings are accessible for the hearing, mobility and visibility impaired.
I visited three government offices in two states within 48 hours. My goal in sharing this story is for readers to channel their inner customer and advocate for the people they serve in new ways.
Inclusion ensures that people’s words, views and ideas carry weight as collective decisions are made about how to serve a diverse public. In this section, we share examples of how agencies are embracing inclusion.
There are people who say they are serious about change. But their commitment and sincerity are evident through actions and not words alone.
For the managers and senior leaders reading this, your silence is deafening. Even if you don’t have all the words to say, a heartfelt acknowledgment goes a long way.
In our work environments, we should seek to create a space where all talent, both old and new, can thrive and be assured daily that all are included in the greater work of the organization.