The Huge Advantage You Have If Inclusion Is NOT Part of Your Day Job

You’re lucky if Inclusion is NOT part of your day job

Find out about the advantages you have that you may not be aware of.

Here’s some key topics covered from this episode:

  • How your standards will make you a leader
  • Why you are free to think for yourself
  • Why you get to focus on realistic time scales with no pressure

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Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: 

You have more advantages than you think

“You need to understand that your standards regarding Diversity, Equity, Inclusion are among the highest in the world.”

You don’t have the burden of performance

You get to ease Inclusion into your Everyday life without the unnecessary  pantomime”

Even if you miss, you can’t miss

“You can start a Book Club once a month for the rest of the year. If 5 people attend in the whole year. That’s a win.”

Check out these related episodes of the show.

How Status Contests Undermine Diversity and Inclusion In The Workplace

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The Red Flags to Watch Out for in DEI Leader Job Descriptions

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