No, mashing them together, a la “Diwaloween,” is not the way to go.
Diya Khanna is a diversity and inclusion strategist with an interest in dismantling structural racism in workplaces in Seattle, Toronto and Berlin.
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We need to break institutional barriers to see the true wealth of diversity in global connectivity.
Tell your story your way, before someone else does.
Every workplace contains power dynamics.
Self-care is not enough; we need community care.
Which is better: Teaching leaders inclusion or hiring leaders inclusively?
Women have more to gain from talking about their salaries than they have to lose.
The economy and society suffer when a large percentage of women leave the workplace after becoming mothers.