The unrecognized action that kills engagement

Is exclusion hurting your company?

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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