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Birds of All Feathers: Doing Diversity & Inclusion Right

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Birds of All Feathers: Doing Diversity & Inclusion Right

Join me Feb 10/22 at 1pm EST!

Diversity & Inclusion is good for you, for your community, and good for you organization. It’s the smart thing to do. Ignoring D&I can create many issues and challenges for organizational leaders. Join me as I talk with speaker, author, and award winning Diversity & Inclusion expert, Michael Bach, about his book “Birds of All Feathers: Doing Diversity and Inclusion Right”. Michael and I talk about:

a) Define some key terms associated with D&I, including a term you may not be familiar with – Intersectionality,

b) Is ‘reverse discrimination’ a real thing?.

c) The Social Justice and Creativity & Innovation D&I Models,

d) The development of the D&I Business Case, and all that it entails,

e) Measuring D&I Success, and

f) What gets in the way of D&I. It’s a very interesting talk with Michael, who really shines a different light on the D&I topic, and clears up some common misconceptions about it. He even clears a couple of for me. If you want your organization to be better at its D&I initiative, and understand why it may not be working the way you’d hoped, listen to what Michael has to share. Enjoy!

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Out of Sight-Out of Mind: The Reality of Disenfranchised Grief By Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips

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Out of Sight-Out of Mind: The Reality of Disenfranchised Grief By Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips

With reference to the New York Times article “Rape, Race and the Jogger,” this blog considers how overlooked violence and murder and loss exemplifies “Disenfranchised Grief.” It considers that when the experience of violence and grief suffered by some becomes “ cut out” of the social discourse, ultimately-we all suffer.

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