Offer Extended- Equity Across the Gender Divide

By | Diversity and inclusioin, Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, inclusive culture, sexism, Sexual Harassment, Uncategorized

From: SIMMALIEBERMAN.COM <simma@simmalieberman.com> Subject: Equity Across the Gender Divide deadline extension Preheader: January 2018 Reply: simma@simmalieberman.com Having trouble viewing this email? Click here We’re happy to extend the special offer for this exciting program until January 31, 2018, because of the number of requests we’ve received from organizations in the last week. Equity Across the Gender Divide, Beyond Sexual Harassment Greetings, We…

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Special Offer- Stop Sexual Harassment

By | Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, Sexual Harassment, Uncategorized

 Stop and prevent sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and gender inequity. Get it right in 2018 with our new offering, Equity Across the Gender Divide, Beyond Sexual Harassment Greetings, Every day we read about someone new being charged with sexual harassment. No industry seems to be immune, and some abusers target men as well as women. Responsible organizations are seeking solutions,…

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Three Reasons Diversity and Inclusion Goes Nowhere

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Diversity and Inclusion is a process but if the process isn’t practiced, diversity and inclusion will just be a good idea. Here are three reasons Diversity and Inclusion may go nowhere. When employees’ skills and knowledge are recognized, appreciated and utilized, they are more engaged in contributing to an organizations’ success. They are more willing to go the extra mile…

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Can Conservatives Be Included In The Diversity Conversation?

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Someone on LinkedIn recently  directed this question to me. My answer was  “I don’t get the question. Some of my best clients have been conservatives through the years. They understand diversity and Inclusion as it relates to innovation, profit and expanded markets. How are you defining conservative. They support everyone having opportunities to do their best work so they look…

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Three Ways to Stop Diversity Stress

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Stop Diversity Stress   Working with people who are different than you can be stressful but it doesn’t have to be. It may be hard for many of us to admit, especially with all the conversation about diversity, equity and inclusion. Denying being uncomfortable won’t make you more comfortable. If you’ve ever experienced “Diversity Stress,” and want stop it, keep reading….

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Diversity Sees Color

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Pretending to be color blind is not a virtue and is not diversity. Everyone sees color unless you can’t see or are physically color blind. When you think color blindness is a virtue, you’re saying it’s bad to see color, or that color is a negative. The problem is not whether you see color, it’s whether you judge one skin…

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Preparing To Talk About Race

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Talking About Race, Sometimes Awkward But Always Necessary; Let’s start now Talking about race with people who are different than you can be awkward and uncomfortable, but it’s necessary and doable. The fact is racism exists, racial conflict exists, and inequality still exists. If you’re interested in beginning the conversation read on. Even some people who work in the diversity…

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Necessary Conversations About Race

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In my last post I said that conversations about race may be awkward but are very necessary. A woman sent me a comment that said, “if  you didn’t mention race so much, it wouldn’t be an issue. You’re perpetuating division.” Issues like the scarcity of people of color in the technology industry and the excuses and false belief that there…

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