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A second chance for a fresh start


We’re over a month into 2024, so how’s it going? Have you gained any ground on your New Year’s Day ambitions or are you feeling a little off course? With the Lunar New Year on February 10, now is a great time to revisit your resolutions and revise them where needed, both personally and professionally. Think of it as a second chance to kick off 2024. If your initial goals have proven to be unrealistic or unsustainable, can you simplify or reframe them in a way that still allows you to make progress?

We may need to review our own actions, assumptions, and policies to discern a more feasible path forward. Are there areas in which you need extra support in order to be successful?

When it comes to DEI at work, organizations often start with lofty goals and unrealistic timetables when trying to transform culture. In some cases, many believe a compulsory DEI training will fix all their problems, but they quickly learn that without the right strategies and tools to move from awareness to action, these efforts are ineffectual at best, and more divisive at worst.

For 15 years, I’ve helped organizations bridge that gap. Every workshop I’ve led or word I’ve written has been aimed at empowering companies to establish a successful path to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace. That’s why I’m so excited and grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with Professionals In Human Resources Association (PIHRA). Their passion for supporting the human resources community and emphasis on strong ethics in the workplace make them an ideal partner for Rework Work. Find out how our new partnership can provide even more support to help you achieve your DEI goals in 2024.

With appreciation,

Stacey Gordon, MBA
Rework Work CEO

Unconscious Inclusion: The Work Beyond the Workshop

While traditional DEI workshops raise awareness of bias, they fall short in delivering any kind of lasting change. Unconscious Inclusion: The Work Beyond the Workshop™, is a neuroscience-backed program that moves beyond awareness to facilitate action, evolution and sustainable change. If you’re looking for real cultural transformation, join me for knowledge, tools, and actionable strategies to address your organization’s current- day problems. The next 13-week session begins on February 20!

Unconscious Inclusion is recognized by PIHRA, an affiliate of SHRM, for meeting and exceeding HR standards for DEI. As such, participants will not only receive a DEI Professional Certificate upon completion, but HR professionals can also earn up to 13 continuing education units (CEUs) through SHRM and the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).

Are you a PIHRA member? As part of our collaboration, PIHRA members can enroll here for a discounted rate!

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Lead with Inclusion: Inclusive Actions at Work with Stacey Gordon

How to Approach DEI Strategically

DEI training educates and raises awareness, but ultimately, training doesn’t get the job done – people do. There is a major gap when we assume that enrolling people in training will address all the problems. You need a strategy to move from awareness to actionable change. Here’s a throwback to Simply Diversity and a strategic approach that stands the test of time.
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How You Can Do DEI Differently

Thursday, February 8, 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET

If you’ve been tasked with tackling DEI in your workplace, you know that expectations are high and resources are nearly non-existent. Looking for a way to tackle DEI differently? Join Stacey TODAY for this PIHRA webinar that will provide you with some solutions.

Did you miss the announcement about our partnership with PIHRA? Don’t worry, you can watch the replay of our LinkedIn Live event.

Not yet a member of Rework Workspace? Join us for full access to even more resources that will enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion in your workplace.

A second chance for a fresh start
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