Apr 3, 2020
In our conversations, we talk a lot about communication style differences and how this either promotes or inhibits inclusiveness. We also get into leadership and their role in first understanding and then promoting inclusive behavior. We discuss how psychological safety is an absolute imperative and foundational in promoting inclusion and diversity and how all of this is quite hard and even more difficult when people are not face-to-face.
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