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If you are a part of our community, it means you embrace the title of leader. And as leaders, it is our responsibility to face issues of diversity, inclusion, and racism head-on.

As a team, we’ve been searching for resources and trainings that can help us learn how to create a more just and equitable workplace.

In this digest, we’ve included resources from BIPOC leaders and experts in equity and inclusion that we found especially insightful. There are no easy answers to this, and we invite you to share the resources you find helpful with us via email or on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook so we can share them with the rest of the community.


In growth,
What Matters Team

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How to Start Making Real Change in Your Organization by Dr. Heidi Brooks

Dr. Heidi Brooks, Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at Yale School of Management, talks about how many companies have a bias toward taking quick action that is ill-suited to a complex and ambiguous issue like structural inequality and racism. Instead, she advises a long-term plan. 

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How to Foster Workplace Allyship by Dr. Erin L Thomas

Dr. Erin L Thomas, Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Upwork, leads a powerful Twitter thread about how BIPOC allies can avoid virtue signaling and instead foster true allyship. 
 

Diversity and Inclusion Efforts That Really Work by David Pedulla

David Pedulla, an associate professor of sociology at Stanford University, provides five ways to make diversity and inclusion efforts work. 
 

How to Spot a Bad Diversity Client by Tiffany Jana

Tiffany Jana is a non-binary best-selling author, B Corp Founder, and a TEDx speaker, who offers five red flags for antiracism practitioners to look for before signing a contract with any company. 
 

How NOT to recruit diverse talent by Asif Sadiq

Tiffany Jana is a non-binary best-selling author, B Corp Founder, and a TEDx speaker, who offers five red flags for antiracism practitioners to look for before signing a contract with any company. 
 

Get Back to Basics: Company Culture in Times of Upheaval by Katherine Bowers with Insights from Laura Morgan Roberts

Laura Morgan Roberts, Professor of Practice at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, addresses how to maintain and evolve culture from afar: how to bond, stay agile, ensure physical and psychological safety, promote inclusion, offer compassion, and strategically align to determine what the new normal requires. 
 
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