Resources

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How to Make Caring For Caregivers The New Normal: A Guide for Organizations

The labour of caregiving is vital, taxing, and different for everyone. It is labour worthy of our consideration and support. This resource provides suggestions and tips to help organizations draft a care-centred culture.

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Reimagining Your Workplace in Rainbow: A Guide to LGBTQIA2+ Inclusion for HR, People, and DEI Leaders 🌈

From policies to benefits to workplace culture, this guide provides a first-of-its-kind exploration of leading practices that will revolutionize workplaces by putting LGBTQIA2+ considerations front and centre.

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40+ Dimensions of Diversity and the Many Intersections

This resource aims to illuminate the infinite intersections that compose our identities. We hope it encourages organizations to create DEI strategies that do not leave any team members behind.

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Swearing Should Call Out Inequity, Not Create It: A Guide to Swearing in the Workplace

This guide details why and how swearing belongs in the workplace, provides some insight into your favourite swear words, and how respectability politics hits those experiencing marginalization the hardest.

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The Future is Inclusive, Accessible, and Digital: A Guide to Accessible and Inclusive Social Media Practices📱

This guide is a collection of our learnings about inclusive and accessible social media engagement and leading practices for digital engagement.

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Shifting Beyond a Gender-Only Approach: The Case for Intersectionality 🔀

This resource explores how to shift beyond a women-only or gender-only approach and builds the case for an intersectional approach for DEI, one that benefits everyone.

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Prioritizing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Times of Crisis: Leadership Practices That Put People First 🦠

DEI and approaches that put people first are most important during times of crisis. We’ve developed a summary of three key areas for organizations to manage when responding to crisis.

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Inclusive and Accessible Virtual Presentations 🎤

When presenting, whether hosting a webinar, delivering a keynote, facilitating a workshop, pitching to an investor, or presenting to a client, there are key ways to make presentations more accessible and inclusive. This guide provides 35 tips to help you along the way.

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Fostering Belonging Through Inclusive Accessible Remote Working Practices 💻

Equity and inclusion challenges that already exist in non-remote working often show up in new and different ways when in a virtual context. This guide explores remote office ‘norms,’ gives tips for virtual meetings, explains how to foster engagement virtually, and helps you consider your teammates' varied and unique needs.

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An Inclusive Approach to Holidays, Observances, and Celebrations: A Guide to Celebrating and Observing Equitably in the Workplace

This resource is for leaders who want to be more inclusive in what gets celebrated and more accessible in the way they celebrate.

Inclusive and Accessible Virtual Presentations 🎤

In partnership with Talent Bureau and Awaken, this is jam-packed with 35 tips to make your virtual presentations—whether you’re pitching to clients or investors, delivering a keynote, or facilitating a workshop—more accessible and inclusive.

Shifting Beyond a Gender-Only Approach: The Case for Intersectionality 🔀

Understanding of DEI needs to encompass so much more than singular aspects of our identity. This resource explores how to shift beyond a women-only or gender-only approach and builds the case for an intersectional approach for DEI, one that benefits everyone.

An Inclusive Approach to Holidays, Observances, and Celebrations: A Guide to Celebrating and Observing Equitably in the Workplace 📅

This resource is for leaders who want to be more inclusive in what gets celebrated and more accessible in the way they celebrate. Although this resource is timely for some, we want you to continue learning and use it throughout the year.

Fostering Belonging Through Inclusive Accessible Remote Working Practices 💻

Equity and inclusion challenges that already exist in non-remote working often show up in new and different ways when in a virtual context. This guide explores remote office ‘norms’, gives tips for virtual meetings, explains how to foster engagement virtually, and helps you consider your teammates' varied and unique needs.

The Future is Inclusive, Accessible, and Digital: A Guide to Accessible and Inclusive Social Media Practices📱

This guide is a collection of our learnings about inclusive and accessible social media engagement and leading practices for digital engagement.

Reimagining Your Workplace in Rainbow: A Guide to LGBTQ2+ Inclusion for HR, People, and DEI Leaders 🌈

From policies to benefits to workplace culture, this guide provides a first-of-its-kind exploration of leading practices that will revolutionize workplaces by putting LGBTQ2+ considerations front and center.