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Leading Proud, Part 2: How can allies support our community?

Allyship is up there in the top 3 of buzzwords dominating the LGBTQ2+ inclusion landscape right now, and for good reason. To create systemic change, we need critical mass. Statistics Canada estimates that our community comprises about 4% of the population. None of the rights our community has won in recent years, including marriage equality (2005) and protections for gender identity and expression in the Canadian Human ...

Leading Proud, Part 1: What does it mean to lead proud?

Pride Month arrives every June with a flurry of mixed emotions for me. On the one hand, there is...

Learn to Love Feedback (Part 3): How to Give Constructive Feedback

Welcome back to the journey on feedback! Over the last couple weeks, we have been discussing how to...

Learn to Love Feedback (Part 2): How to Receive Feedback Well

Let’s talk about receiving feedback! Does your heart race while waiting for feedback? Do you feel...

Learn to Love Feedback: How to Create a Feedback Friendly Culture in the Workplace

Why do we need feedback?

Celebrate Asian Heritage Month: How to Be a Better Ally to Our Asian Colleagues

Why celebrate Asian Heritage Month?

“What’s in a Name?” Part 2: How to Make Names Count for Inclusion in the Workplace

Last week, we discussed why names matter for inclusion in the workplace and how habitually...

“What’s in a Name?” Part 1: Why Names Matter for Inclusion in the Workplace

In 2018, a study calledDo Larger Employers Treat Racial Minorities More Fairly? researchers at...

Defining DEI: What Are Some Key Terms I Should Know? (Pt 2)

We began exploring why we should talk about DEI in organizational strategy and what some key terms...

Defining DEI: What Are Some Key Terms I Should Know? (Pt 1)

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) has become one of the hottest topics of organizational...