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Regardless of where your organization is in its LGBTQ+ diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, one aspect may remain a major stumbling block to their success: knowledge.
As important as diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policies are, a truly inclusive environment does not materialize from checked boxes or established Dos and Don’ts. Inclusion requires changing workplace culture and everyday behaviors. It’s knowledge that builds understanding, acceptance, fairness and cooperation. And knowledge in this decade may also necessitate thinking differently about society’s norms and expectations surrounding gender identity and gender expression.
A Selection of Past Engagements
Dun & Bradstreet
Institute of Internal Auditors
International Flavors & Fragrances
New York County Lawyers Association
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