DEI Tip of the Month: Brought to You by Humanidei + O'Rourke

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It’s okay not to have all the answers. In fact, DEI programs that are started with the expectation of quick results that can be checked off are often more prone to failure. Instead, be prepared for a learning journey and know that mistakes will be made.

Be willing to ask questions, increase your personal awareness and identify your blind spots—we all have them—and move forward with a commitment to continually do better. A good DEI effort is not about making sure everyone is politically correct. It is about making sure everyone has the opportunity to feel safe bringing forward their best self. Your continued commitment to learning will contribute to creating that safe environment where everyone feels more valued and adds more value.

DEI Tip of the Month: Brought to You by Humanidei + O'Rourke.

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