Though you want to be respectful of others, the use of pronouns in our diverse communities can sometimes be confusing and awkward if you feel
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION RESOURCE CENTRE
Throughout the year, we have the privilege of observing various Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) events. Such occasions include Pride Month, National Inclusion Week, World Menopause Day, International Women’s Day and International Men’s Day.
To support the principles in which these important dates are founded of acceptance, equality, and respect for all individuals, we have created this resource to explore the latest trends in inclusion through a gender lens; what it means in the context of hybrid working; why we all need to be aware of intersectionality; why there needs to be a focus on the mental health of ALL employees; and why proactive allyship is an important part of the solution.
While some of the resources below are for our global community of everywomanNetwork members, many more are free to access. We welcome browsing from individuals and organisations – and should you wish to find our more about joining the everywoman community and unlocking all our learning and development resources, please visit the membership options page to learn more.
So, let us continue to champion diversity, equity and inclusion, not only during designated DEI days but every day, as we work towards a more inclusive and equitable future for all.
INCLUSION IN ACTION:
31 PRACTICAL TIPS FOR EVERYDAY INCLUSION
Welcome to Inclusion in Action. We’ve compiled 31 practical tips you can utilise to instantly make you a more diverse and inclusive colleague – thats one for each day of the month. Whatever your role, job function or seniority, you have a part to play in bringing about a fairer, more equal world. So whether you’re in your first job, or are already a senior leader, you have the chance to help break the bias and make inclusion part of your everyday life.
INCLUSION WEBINARS (everywomanNetwork members only)
In this conversation, we explore how workplaces can best support their neurodivergent colleagues, and the crucial role of allies and networks in fostering inclusivity.
Diversity — whether it’s related to gender, ethnicity, age, sexuality or numerous other factors — has long been a preoccupation of senior management. But creating
International Women’s Day explores persistent inequalities in the workplace and how we #breakthebias. In this panel discussion everywoman co-founder Maxine Benson and content director Rebecca Lewis
BECOME A DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION CHAMPION
Silicon Valley finance veteran, Meena Srinivasan has led growth at high-profile Silicon Valley technology startups including FitBit, Stratify and mental healthcare unicorn Ginger. And as
FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK LGBTQ+ COLLEAGUES TO START HEALTHY WORKPLACE CONVERSATIONS ABOUT INCLUSION (…AND WHAT NOT TO ASK)
Asking the right questions is a powerful way for straight allies to understand the experiences and challenges of LGBTQ+ colleagues. Infosys Consulting Principal and business
What does the term white privilege mean, and why is it important that we have an open, honest and inclusive discussion around this subject? Join
DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP WORKBOOKS
A fundamental task of leadership is to create a workplace community in which every team member, regardless of gender, race, different ability, sexual orientation, age
This workbook offers an introduction to the principles of diverse and inclusive leadership and identifies the six key traits inherent in it. Use it to help you to embark on – or propel forward – your journey to inclusive leadership, to benefit you, your team and your organisation.
DISCOVER MORE FROM EVERYWOMAN
The ‘the new normal’ will surely be up there as one of 2020’s most overused expressions. The longer-term legacy of Covid-19 on our lives is
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