Inclusion is an act liberation. When all contributions are welcomed, communities grow. And inclusion enables voice, perhaps the greatest gift of all.
I offer strategies to help make your leadership voice heard in the virtual workplace and build a more inclusive culture.
Leaders have the position and platform to influence what people think and focus on. This is both an opportunity and a responsibility.
How can each of us move the dial a bit on systematic racism? Inspiration and lessons from changing the "whitelist" and "blacklist."
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Sean McDonald, Vice-President of MOR Associates. Sean may be reached at email@example.com.]
Last week the Tuesday Reading, On Being Grateful,1 focused on showing appreciation and called attention to a quote from Robert Emmons, University of California, Davis psychologist and author: “Feeling gratitude starts off with the realization of what we have received from others and what it has cost them.”2
This led me to suggest four ways that we can each show gratitude:
… to be truly effective, you need to be!
Today’s Tuesday Reading is an essay by Monika R. Dressler. Director of Academic Technologies, in the LSA Technology Services group at the University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. She is an alumnus of the MOR Leaders Program. Her essay first appeared as a program reflection earlier this year. [Monika may be reached at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.]