The ‘X-Men’ Theory of Inclusion, Or: ‘Others’ for Everyone

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One of my all-time favorite franchises is X-Men. The comics, the cartoon, the movies… even the arcade game – I played it at Chuck E. Cheese’s once for an hour straight (and was crushing it so hard that kids were … Continued

Maximizing Human Capital

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People are assets, useful and valuable stores of experience, qualities, knowledge, perspectives… Why are they useful, Heather? What makes them so valuable? Well, WE are each one-of-a-kind, which makes every single one of us precious. Your mom wasn’t kidding. But, … Continued

“You’re Not So Diverse As You Drunk I Am” (Or, ‘Don’t Diversity Under the Influence’)

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As social issues & personal identities become more dynamic and nuanced, legal troubles–like, discrimination lawsuits–increase as well. (I’ve got a theory about that.) Companies do what they can to cover their bases–they inform their people, bring in enrichment speakers, host … Continued

Compassionate Accountability in Diversity

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Learning about compassionate accountability, I came across an article about How to Engage in Conflict Without Casualties. As someone who has never shied away from conflict, I thought it would be an interesting read. The article begins by saying that … Continued