Curated content from Joanne Lockwood drawing your attention to contemporary information around the subject of inclusion, belonging and generally making the world a better place for everyone thrive
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Inclusion Bites Spotlight #4 on Reflection
How often do we stop and consider the terminology that we use and the impact that this may have on others? In this issue you can: Listen: to the latest episode of Inclusion Bites with Joe Galliano discussing 'how the term queer became cool again'. Watch: Cognitive Scientist Lera Boratisky discuss how 'How language shapes the way we think'. Read: the article 'How Twitter is changing the way we use language' written for Wolfstone.
Inclusion Bites Spotlight #3 on Reflection
As Lockdown is eased and we start to move in to the new 'normal' we wanted to reflect on the year so far. In our latest issue you can: Listen: to the latest episode of Inclusion Bites with Dr Lynda Shaw where she discusses how our own brains can fool us. Watch: Joanne talk to BrainFood about 'How Remote Working Impacts Inclusion'. Read: an article on the '5 Crucial Diversity & Inclusion lessons we need to learn from COVID-19' published by Thought Works.
Inclusion Bites Spotlight #2 on Belonging
10th September is World Suicide Prevention Day and in light of this we want to shine the spotlight on Wellbeing and Belonging. In this issue you can: Listen: to the latest episode of Inclusion Bites with Nic Marks on the science of happiness and positive emotions. Watch: Joanne deliver a speech at RECex on 'Equality, Diversity & Inclusion: People are People'. Read: the article 'Without D&I we'll end up right back where we started' written for the L&D Innovation & Tech Fest.
Inclusion Bites Spotlight #1 on Perception
This week the spotlight is on perceptions and how our own prejudices can sometimes skew our reaction to different situations. In our first issue you can: Listen: to the latest episode of Inclusion Bites with Gamal ‘G’ Turawa on why we need a more open dialogue on race. Watch: Joanne and Alicia discuss how we can design a diverse and inclusive Company Culture. Read: an article on 'How Workplaces Can Invite Dialogue on Race' published by the MIT Sloan Management Review.