The Waymakers [Book Review]

I talk about your Inclusion Journey all the time.

Find out about an author who’s talking about your Equity Journey

Here’s some key topics covered from this episode:

  • How the author shares a habit of mine
  • Why this book was so well written
  • 4 Types of conversations you can start

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Here’s some key takeaways from this episode: 

Waymaking involves using your position and power to make way for those who lack it

“People with power, people with position have the opportunity and responsibility to make a way for people who don’t have power, who don’t have position”

20 60 20 Theory

The idea is during a culture change:  20% will lead and go with it, 60% will sit on the fence and 20% will resist the change”

Take time to figure out what Equity means for you

“that may be my bias creeping in. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion. These are ambiguous terms.“

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