Inclusivity means not "just we’re allowed to be there," but we are valued. I’ve always said: smart teams will do amazing things, but truly diverse teams will do impossible things. ~Claudia Brind-Woody
As the Black Lives Matter movement gains more widespread traction, the focus on diversity and inclusion has taken on new dimensions for workplaces. Critical conversations within organizations are revealing an undercurrent of toxicity that, while unintentional, has deeply impacted the experience and morale of team members.
"But Julia, organizational culture is one of those things that just evolves organically... right?"
Not at all. Culture in the workplace has to be as intentional and prioritized as your business strategy or your core service/product offering. If you want a workforce that's upwardly mobile and "comfortably in control," you need to view your culture as a key business driver. Here’s how you can do that:
1. Encourage your team to socially connect at...
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