Tag Archives: Fairness

Teaching

To teach is to transform, and when you transform someone, it ripples throughout their life. Women are the primary educators in the home, and when you help a woman, she helps her child, and her child helps their child.”  Positively … Continue reading

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Diversity,Equity,Inclusion

Know the difference between “diversity,” “equity,” and “inclusion.” Though they’re often presented collectively as “DEI,” these terms each have their own meanings. To me, diversity means embracing and honoring a wide array of differences. It’s more than representing difference; it’s … Continue reading

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Representation

What is the very next step I should take if I want to make more money with a wider variety of founders? When companies invest in underrepresented communities they open up new markets and sustain their current customers. When they … Continue reading

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Diversity and Inclusion

To avoid such dilution and skepticism, first level managers needed to articulate the “why behind their organizations diversity and inclusion initiatives strong as the corporate suite..- Tiffany Buckley- Norwood

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Ethical Issues in the Work place

Going through my old clinical supervision bin, I came across a balled-up piece of paper. I read it and the words still break my heart. I share it with you in its entirety as it is a glimpse into the … Continue reading

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