Most people don’t intend to exclude others, but do so unwittingly through tiny, everyday acts of exclusion like ignoring or interrupting. These everyday ‘micro-inequities’ have a similar effect to physical pain, and passive bystanders make it worse. To combat exclusion and foster engagement, we all need to speak up.
Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D and co-founder of Mind Gym contributes regularly to Forbes.
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