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your result: intentional inclusion

This free assessment is simply a tool to see where your perception of your group or organization is on our model of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. It includes topics to focus on for workshops, as well as topics that may not work for you. For a more in-depth assessment, you can contact us for more. We would love to join you on your DEI journey!

Some  characteristics of groups in this stage include: While past organizational norms are no longer appropriate, more inclusive new ones are not quite in practice. Open communication encourages sharing of differences in perceptions and experiences, which causes a struggle of tolerating differences in culture. Change efforts often stall from pushback and uneasiness before moving forward.

All individuals feel freedom and are encouraged to express individuality. While those experiencing marginalization feel safe to help bring it forward, others constantly place the inappropriate responsibility upon them to teach and explain about their cultural norms.

Traditionally dominant group members understand the benefits of diverse organizations. They develop an awareness of how they marginalize others and take responsibility for the impact their words and actions have. They may struggle with changing until they can focus on themself without judging themselves or others.

What can be helpful

Active listening, impact versus intent, interpersonal assessments, discussions on intersectionality and privilege, social identity, and more! For a more in-depth assessment, feel free to contact us.

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