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We are not all in this together: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in your organization during COVID-19

​While the COVID-19 pandemic is a global event, it is not impacting every population or community in the same way. While no one is exempt from contracting the disease, access to healthcare, childcare and other services means not everyone is in the same state of emergency. So, what are some things we can do?

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Accounting for 5 types of unconscious bias in facilitation

​Unconscious bias can sneak into the meetings and events we facilitate. Unfortunately, this can have a damaging effect on not only participation, but on the outcomes of the facilitated experience, as well. How can we draw greater awareness to unconscious bias and counteract its negative consequences?

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3 Things Associations Should Focus on in 2020

​We’re predicting more smart use of technology in 2020 that will allow for more diverse voices to be included in association initiatives and strategies. With the goal of a more inclusive membership experience for all in mind, here are three things associations should focus on in 2020.

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By: | May, 22 2019
Diversity & InclusionHealth

Celebrating Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month. As part of Healthy by Association, we thought we’d shed some light on the important issue of men’s health.

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Nonprofits need to better include those with disabilities

Despite efforts to become more inclusive and diverse, it seems the nonprofit sector could do better in accommodating those with disabilities.

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We need to be inclusive speakers

As educators, we give so much focus to the quality of the content we are presenting that all-too-often we don’t pay enough attention to the learning experience we are creating in the presentation of that content.

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