Scrutiny : The Inclusive Opportunity You’ve Been Avoiding

Opening yourself up for scrutiny isn’t something that everyone looks forward to

Find out how you can use scrutiny to your advantage as you become inclusive

Here are some key topics covered from this episode:

  • The benefits of Scrutiny for Inclusion
  • Our personal experience of Scrutiny
  • Organisations that survive Scrutiny and much more

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Here are some key takeaways from this episode: 

Scrutiny can provide useful feedback

“Being scrutinized by people that do know what they’re talking about is useful  feedback and you should be looking for more of it”

Scrutiny means your standards are known

Opening yourself up to scrutiny means your standards are there for people to observe and learn from”

Scrutiny means you’re taking a lead

“Opening yourself up to scrutiny means you’re taking a lead, you’re not a follower like everyone else”

Here are some resources so you can go deeper: 

Weak ideas hide from scrutiny

Here’s my PhD Thesis

Check out these related episodes of the show.

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Why Relying On Credibility Indicators is an Inclusion Mistake

Why Relying On A One Off Intervention Is An Inclusion Mistake

Why Using Common Sense is a Diversity & Inclusion Mistake

Why Adopting a “One At A Time” Approach to Diversity is an Inclusion Mistake

Why a One Size Fits All Approach to Diversity is an Inclusion Mistake

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