Awareness: Behaviors & Mindset

When crisis strikes, how can organizations respond the “right” way?

When crisis strikes, how can organizations respond the “right” way? December 6, 2023 How does your organization respond in times of crisis? It goes without saying that we’re currently living through some pretty unprecedented events, from the war in Ukraine, to the current conflict in Gaza, these events have real and traumatic impacts on countless

When crisis strikes, how can organizations respond the “right” way? Read More »

A few things employees with disabilities wish their employers knew

A few things employees with disabilities wish their employers knew Published October 25, 2023 Has your workplace made any efforts to acknowledge National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) this year? If you hadn’t heard, NDEAM is recognized each year in October to highlight the contributions and achievements of employees with disabilities. ICYMI: you can check out

A few things employees with disabilities wish their employers knew Read More »

Uncomfortable conversations aren’t all about talking

Experiential data can be a tool for inclusion Published September 20, 2023 We’ve been talking a lot this month about inclusive hiring. I started by calling out some unhealthy mindsets, and then wrote about how to identify bias within your current hiring system. But once you’ve begun to identify those kinds of mindsets and biases, then what? 

Uncomfortable conversations aren’t all about talking Read More »

Experiential data can be a tool for inclusion

Experiential data can be a tool for inclusion Published September 20, 2023 We’ve been talking a lot this month about inclusive hiring. I started by calling out some unhealthy mindsets, and then wrote about how to identify bias within your current hiring system. But once you’ve begun to identify those kinds of mindsets and biases, then what? 

Experiential data can be a tool for inclusion Read More »

Why ‘the hair conversation’ is still important

Why ‘the hair conversation’ is still important Published August 9, 2023 Let’s talk about hair discrimination in the workplace. I know what you’re thinking. “Stacey, it’s 2023. Are we STILL talking about hair discrimination? Aren’t we past that yet?” I wish I could say we were. I wish I could say that race-based hair discrimination was a thing of

Why ‘the hair conversation’ is still important Read More »

People-first vs. Identity-first: what’s the key to inclusive language?

People-first vs. Identity-first: what’s the key to inclusive language? Published July 26, 2023 What’s the difference between people-first and identity-first language?  If you’re like me, you’ve probably seen a lot of debate in recent years about these terms, their importance, and when they should each be used. July is Disability Pride Month, and as the month comes to a

People-first vs. Identity-first: what’s the key to inclusive language? Read More »

The link between affirmative action and inclusion

The link between affirmative action and inclusion Published July 5, 2023 What IS affirmative action? Well, according to the Supreme Court of the United States, affirmative action is apparently…unlawful. If you’ve been keeping up with the news lately, you’ve likely heard that the Supreme Court made a number of landmark decisions at the end of last week,

The link between affirmative action and inclusion Read More »

Scroll to Top