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Belongingness is a key element to ensuring someone’s psychological safety at work. This is true for all employees, but especially true for marginalized groups such as those who identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community. However, nearly two-thirds (59%) of non-LGBTQ+ employees believe it is “unprofessional” to discuss sexual orientation or gender identity in the workplace. Inclusive leadership begins with recognizing and valuing all aspects of identity. Learn from our speakers how inclusive leaders can create environments where all employees can thrive.
Director, Corporate Engagement, Western Canada
Manager of Programs
Pride at Work Canada
Daisy van Ravenswaay
Edmonton Fire Rescue Services
DE&I Manager, Sobeys Inc.
Principal & Inclusion Strategist, inclusion Factor
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