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Ever since my daughters were young I’ve coached them to use their words to solve their problems. After decades of working with organizational leaders in pursuit of more inclusive workplaces, I find the narrative hasn’t changed. To increase inclusion awareness, we have to use our words to start the conversation. We must be willing to step into the awkward and uncomfortable to build a firm foundation for any kind of lasting, impactful change to take place.

But how do we get started? In some cases, these conversations come up organically. A majority of them, however, must be intentionally initiated. Our Inclusion at Work Calendar is a great resource for monthly conversation starters. For example, March and April contain several religious holy days, as well as Earth Day and Arab-American Heritage Month. April is also set aside as Autism Awareness Month, which celebrates and promotes greater inclusion for neurodivergent individuals, a topic that we’re seeing more frequently among organizational leaders.

Ultimately, our goal at Rework Work is to help people have more productive and inclusive conversations. To that end, as we approach 100k followers on LinkedIn (thank you followers!), we’ve launched the 100K Conversations campaign. We are challenging our readers to commit to having one intentional conversation with a friend, neighbor, or coworker, that fosters inclusion awareness. Although this can be intimidating, we’ve provided guides and resources to support you along the way. So take a step towards transformational action — join thousands of other game-changers and commit to the 100K Conversations challenge today!

With appreciation,

Stacey Gordon, MBA
Rework Work CEO

Unconscious Inclusion: The Work Beyond the Workshop

Speaking of improving communication, our Unconscious Inclusion course was designed to help teams do just that. Do DEI differently, enhance teamwork and create a more inclusive workplace culture by joining our next learning group!

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Lead with Inclusion: Inclusive Actions at Work with Stacey Gordon

How to support neurodiversity on teams

When we think about greater inclusion in our workplaces, are we including neurodivergence in the conversation? Being inclusive of neurodiversity at the company level doesn’t have to be awkward or difficult. If you’re ready to move from awareness to authentic action in this area, learn more about where to start.

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Why a successful hiring strategy starts by creating
inclusion from within 

April 23, 2024; 8:30 a.m. (PT)

Join Stacey and Nia Stokes-Hicks from Greenhouse Software as they discuss the importance of fostering an inclusive company culture and mindset to drive effective hiring outcomes. This LinkedIn event is designed to help you embed inclusivity into your organizational practices so you can attract and retain top talent.

Legal Lens with Angela Podcast 
April 27, 2024; 11:00 a.m. (PT)

Stacey and HR expert Thelá Thatch will join Angela Reddock-Wright as part of her multi-show series focused on the modern state of DEI and workplace culture. Not able to listen live? You can replay the radio broadcast at any time!

Looking for lasting transformation? Check out Unconscious Inclusion: The Work Beyond the Workshop. It’s not just about awareness; it’s about action, evolution, and sustainable change.

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