Leaders hoping to build a culture of diversity and fairness should lead by example, look to build a sense of psychological safety and help employees change unwanted behaviors, writes Dana Theus. “How you treat people, in public and private, does more to create cultures that tolerate — or don’t — unquestioned bias, microaggressions and outright discrimination than anything else,” she writes. Continue reading…
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