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3 Reasons Why Your DEI Committee is NOT the (only) Answer | by: The Courage Collective

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In response to 2020’s “Racial Reckoning”, many companies felt a profound sense of urgency from employees and consumers alike to “do something”.  For many organizations, this resulted in corporate promises, which turned into platitudes, as well as the implementation of “quick fixes”; actions commonly referred to as “check-the-box” initiatives.  You’re probably familiar with a few […]

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3 Ways to Make Your Hiring Process More Equitable & Inclusive | by: The Courage Collective

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When it comes to equitable and inclusive hiring, many companies are missing the mark.  Having spent majority of my career working on the “people side” of business, and consulting organizations that range from Fortune 500s to early stage start-ups, it’s clear that most hiring processes have ample room for improvement.  The hiring process is one […]

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Don’t Let Your Calendar Dictate Your DEI Initiatives | by: Nani

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Juneteenth ice cream and salad. The Pride Whopper. As cringeworthy as these corporate cultural recognitions are, they are not the first time — by far — that companies have misstepped in trying to show up for diverse communities. The ad campaign featuring Kendall Jenner handing a Pepsi to a police officer during a protest, Burberry’s Lunar New Year tribute, or the countless […]

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4 Meaningful Actions Companies Can Take to Support Employees After Roe Overturned | by: The Courage Collective

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4 Meaningful Actions Companies Can Take to Support Employees After the Overturning of Roe V. Wade Last Friday, the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization effectively overturned 50 years of precedent established by Roe v. Wade. In turn, it delivered a devastating blow to reproductive justice, gender equity, and a person’s […]

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When Responding to Tragedy, Empathy Comes First – Part Two | by: The Courage Collective

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Part Two: I’m Choosing to Respond… Now What? In our latest blog post, “Do I have to respond to every tragedy,” we discussed the importance of focusing on compassion and the human experience when deciding whether or not to publicly respond to today’s news headlines and tragedies. In part two, we’re covering what you can […]

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“Do I Have to Respond to Every Tragedy?” – Part One | by: The Courage Collective

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Do I Have to Respond to Every Tragedy? | Part One From school shootings to police brutality to human rights violations –  the news headlines of today are dominated by stories of tragedy. This inundation of injustices often lead to fear, anxiety, disgust, and – perhaps the scariest response of all – desensitization.  At The […]

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