At work, we often talk about diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, and gender. But there’s another kind of diversity that’s just as important—one that has to do with the way people think and see… Read More »(2022) Deep-level Diversity: Ways to a More Inclusive Workplace
Many businesses are doing their part to diversify their workforces, but sometimes there’s something missing. Making your team more diverse can benefit your team in many ways. However, language that isn’t inclusive, like calling a… Read More »(2022) Diversity Hire & How to Be More Inclusive
Nowadays, people all over the world are facing racism in numerous forms. Whether on the streets or at workspaces, racism tends to prevail over all rules and social norms. If you want to ensure you… Read More »White Allyship Defined (& How To Be a White Ally)
Did you know that allyship and combating exclusion can lead to fatigue? Although many workplaces are thriving and are inclusive, people still suffer from feelings of guilt and burden. But how can we fight this?… Read More »Allyship Fatigue: What It Is and How To Avoid It
We live in a diverse world where the gap between people of different backgrounds is widening. In order to create sustainable solutions, we need everyone’s input and commitment. That’s where DEI training comes in! Each… Read More »DEI Training Guide: Topics, Tools & Best Practices
It’s safe to say that in 2022, workplace diversity is among one of the biggest hurdles that Heads of People or HR Managers have to surmount. But diversity itself doesn’t need to be an impediment… Read More »Powerful Inclusive Language Fundamentals to Promote Workplace DEI
Allyship is the act of advocating for marginalized people. It fosters stronger social connections which translate into being happier and more productive.
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not an expert in diversity, equity or inclusion. I’m a white, straight, cis-gendered male software engineer from Australia. I build products, fix bugs, and enjoy a good… Read More »Why I’ve stopped saying ‘hey guys’ (as a male in tech)