5 Reasons Why You Should Always Cite Your Sources On Your Inclusion Journey

When it comes to Inclusion, it’s always best to cite other people

Find out why the less ideas are yours the better

Here are some key messages from this episode:

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Here are some key takeaways from this episode:

It let’s you off the hook

“I don’t pretend to know everything. That doesn’t give me less to talk about. That gives me more to talk about ”

It let’s you focus on being a curator

“When you cite other people’s work you show that you know what’s going on. That’s part of the role of curator. It’s an advanced form of contribution. ”

It let’s other people make their own mind up

“I’m not trying to get you to pass an exam. I am trying to get you to build trust and credibility with the people you want to bring on your Inclusion journey”

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