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OUR PICS for: Inclusion

 

Here are our top picks for all things inclusion right now. We’ve curated a selection of events, reads, podcasts and companies that are educating and empowering in this space. Is your business inclusive for all? Do you have an up to date diversity and inclusion policy? Is it up to date? Know where your market and your competition stand and know what you can do to better the culture of your company for the better.

 

D&I LEADERS RACE AT WORK SUMMIT 2020

The largest UK event bringing together organisations committed to tackling racial inequality in the workplace.

ALL IN: WORKPLACE DIVERSITY & INCLUSION BY LEADPAGES

The Diversity and Inclusion Group at Minneapolis-based Software Company Lead pages have been asking ourselves questions like these as we delve into tough topics, educate ourselves and our co-workers, and take steps to become extraordinary in the D and I space.

THE INCLUSIONOMICS® PODCAST

There’s a new podcast on the block, and it’s filled with fresh, honest talk about a topic that’s on everyone’s lips these days: diversity and inclusion. The Inclusionomics® Podcast is all about powering up people who are on the edge. The edge of action, the edge of complicity, the edge of giving up… And we offer them the fuel to get clear, get heard, get included, and take action to make a positive impact in this world.

CEO ACTION FOR DIVERSITY & INCLUSION™

The largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and includes the I Act-On pledge for any individual to take.

SKINCLUSION

Obagi’s SKINCLUSION initiative celebrates diversity and inclusion around the globe and features SKINCLUSION ambassador, actor, producer and activist, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, who has been dedicated to fighting for inclusion and diversity over the course of her 20-year career.

TEDX TALKS – HOW TO OUTSMART YOUR OWN UNCONSCIOUS BIAS BY VALERIE ALEXANDER

The human brain is a remarkable achievement in evolution. Unfortunately, the brain activity that kept the human species alive for millions of years is the same brain activity that keeps us from achieving equality today. Author, speaker and CEO, Valerie Alexander, explains how the human brain instinctively reacts when encountering the unexpected.

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