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Understanding Key D&I Concepts

Conversations about unconscious bias and insider–outsider dynamics can easily be lost in the noise of the daily office grind. There are sales to be made, technology to be innovated and maintained, and bills to be paid. Often, development needs around inclusion can feel secondary to the personal, group, or corporate mission. Even for a leader dedicated to inclusion, putting together all of the pieces needed to fully understand how D&I impacts daily life can be daunting. A senior executive might have a leadership course at the beginning of the year and then a webinar six months later. Something about D&I goals might show up on his performance review. His manager might talk about increasing the diversity of the ...

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