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AbstractConversations around diversity and inclusion have been happening in and around workplaces for years. Starting conversations on racism, discrimination, and how your coworkers feel about how they are being treated can be challenging and uncomfortable-- but they are necessary. If your employees do not feel safe, they will most likely not share their true experiences and feelings. Whether you are a leader or a colleague, consider how your actions could lead someone to believe you are insensitive to their struggles. An employee or coworker not expressing their feelings and fears does not mean they do not exist.
DescriptionContents adapted from “Six Habits of Highly Empathic People”; Greater Good Magazine. Roman Krznaric.
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