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Inclusion

Inspirational leaders can’t afford to be silent now. We need to believe we can change for the better.
Abstract: This report outlines research results that reveal how women of color experience the workplace much differently than white women.
It’s not difficult to champion equality, if you’re willing to admit what you don’t know.
Bringing your true self to work may feel risky, but it will make you happier.
Men and women are not using their voices equally, a barrier to women's leadership.
Altria's Women in Sales Network is changing the way people work together.
Pay attention to things that may not directly impact you and build a new leadership skill.
Biases and assumptions lead to excluding people from fully contributing to an organization.
A company's ability to create an inclusive workplace starts with a few words.
Women of color experience an "emotional tax" in the workplace, affecting their well-being.