Disengagement through lack of inclusion is pervasive in the federal government.
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How can we start developing a common language where we can talk about race and differences in a way that challenges its complexity yet creates empathy in order to stay in the conversation?
Just remember, a brain is a terrible thing to waste, particularly when it comes to embracing differences.
We need deeper emotional connections among our world community to persuade ourselves we are not different from each other. We are different like each other.
I thought that surely the best role models of engagement in the most powerful government in the world would be exemplary representatives for ensuring their workforces look like the taxpayers they serve.
We are human beings, not robots. We all want a role in the workplace but we do not want that role to completely define who we are as individuals.
According to the Gender Intelligence Group, women leaders apply the following drivers of inclusion more often in the workplace than men.
The Office of Personnel Management released my agency’s engagement scores for 2015 last week and for the second year in a row, Asian Americans are the highest engaged group of employees by race at 72%. For the 7th year in a row, my group, American Indians/Alaska Natives had the lowest engagement levels by race ofRead… Read more »
If you ever talk to American Indian/Alaska Native, Persons with Disabilities and People of Two or More Races employees, you are conversing with some of the most disengaged workers in the federal government. The work realities of these employee groups look something like this: • Their small numbers enhance their invisibility. • They have theRead… Read more »
Talk to an American Indian employee, a colleague with a disability, a person of two or more races or a Millennial and you will hear a common theme. They are some of the most disengaged employees in the federal government. The federal government has given up on these important constituencies so they have no alternativeRead… Read more »