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3 Tips for the Inclusion Journey

I have three pieces of advice for those of you on the inclusion journey.


  • You mean well, and you have a hiccup and vow to get back to making diversity and inclusion a priority, but time and other priorities delay you. Not to worry. I'm encouraging you to rise to the challenge. All jokes aside, when you have hiccups, you can still proceed with your inclusion goals. It's not always easy, but commitment is needed, for we are living in a time where every inclusive leader is a massive help to navigate the new world.


  • Being in a state of perpetual learning is exhausting. There is so much to learn, and it can dissuade us from continuing. I want to encourage you to carve out ongoing learning time in your schedule. Not only does it build your confidence, but it equips you with the tools you need to thrive as an inclusive leader.


  • Many occurrences are going on that can cause discomfort because we don't know what to say or what to do. I want to encourage you to dance with the discomfort as inclusive leaders. Know that ignoring relevant conversations that impact the world and your workplace is a necessity. Right now, the