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Compliments of Bradley Huchteman via Flickr

Companies have redesigned their products, services, and advertising to create inclusion.

One example is “Dolls Like Me,” founded by Amy Jandrisevits (a nurse who works in a pediatric oncology unit). She designs toys that mirror her patients’ unique condition. To date, she has crafted about 300 dolls, and she has raised 23K on a GoFundMe account—created for families who are unable to afford the $100 per doll cost (Pygar, 2019). Turn the page…

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Compliments of Ken Lund via Flickr

Civility policies, anti-bullying codes, and ethical conduct norms are ways that companies encourage and enforce more disciplined workplace behavior.

These strategies can curb boorish attitudes and emotional abuse at work. But grass roots change from within, change that occurs from an internal shift in how we hold the inner man/woman accountable may be infinitely more effective. A personal code by which we measure our actions can achieve lasting change.

What are some tenets we can use? The bullet points below provide a starting point: Turn the page…

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