The Inclusion Habit

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August 3, 2020
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The Inclusion Habit

“The Inclusion Habit was a quick and easy way to get me mindful about how I can be more effective if I just take a moment to understand the proclivities of others and how those tendencies and inclinations can be leveraged for better relationships and outcomes.”
– Vice President, Human Resources

The Inclusion Habit

“As the name suggests this exercise definitely becomes a “Habit”, I look forward to reading the day’s habit as soon as it pops-up. There are many interesting stories and experiences that people share on the storyboard which are both enlightening and thought provoking,”
– Associate, Services Technology

This evidence-based solution transfers inclusion work to the individual, and focuses on changing behaviors and habits. The program is designed to help individuals be proactive in making their behavior more inclusive through six habit-building phases—embracing that inclusion matters, understanding biases and their sources, dispersing the negativity associated with unconscious biases, practicing thinking more deliberately, reprogramming incorrect intuitions about others, and becoming more empathetic. It uses small daily activities designed to mitigate biases and microaggressions, while creating new habits of understanding, empathy, and inclusion.

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John Paul

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