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How to Use & Promote Inclusive Language at Your Organization 

08-03-2020 09:08

A great introduction to using inclusive language, including the definition and examples, as well as resources you can use to check your own biases and language usage.

How to Use & Promote Inclusive Language at Your Organization
Caroline Forsey


And feeling like you're able to bring your authentic self to work is undeniably critical. In fact, a sense of belonging can lead to greater retention rates and even result in higher customer satisfaction.

Additionally, if your employees feel like they belong, they're more likely to be engaged and motivated at work, and you'll spark higher levels of psychological safety.

But, all that aside, it's easier said than done. Creating inclusive content, and even having workplace conversations devoid of exclusive language, means fighting hardened habits and biases you likely don't always recognize you carry.

Here, we'll explore what inclusive language is, and provide examples, to ensure you create a more inclusive workplace environment and more inclusive marketing material in 2020 and beyond.

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