The Inclusive Start To 2021 That You Need

This time last year you heard me say New Year, New Decade, New Rules

Find out why 2020  may be over but we’ve still got some outstanding issues that need your attention

Here are some key topics covered from this episode:

  • How we’re providing the encouragement that you may need
  • Why 2021 is an extension of 2020
  • What we think is coming next and much more

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Here are some key takeaways from this episode: 

The things that were started need to be concluded

“This was a legacy of earlier actions; The reality that we all need to accept is that the things that were started need to be concluded”

People are going to compare the words and actions of organisations

“2021 is going to be critical because this year a lot of questions are going to be asked about what’s happened one year later, after the events of 2020”

Where it doesn’t match, some organisations won’t leave this decade

“Not every organisation, Not every institution, Not every business is going to make it out of the new twenties”

Here are some resources so you can go deeper: 

Diversity & Inclusion Predictions: What I Got Right In 2020 & New Predictions for 2021

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