Microaggressions have a nasty habit of repeating themselves in certain teams and departments, so it’s easy to become a bystander. But, if microaggressions become the new normal, productivity will suffer.
Empowering others to take action against microaggressions is an essential step to building a more inclusive culture where you work.
In his third installment on microagressions in the workplace, Mind Gym behavioral psychologist Iain Smith shares how you can encourage others to react.
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