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A Conversation about Inclusion in the Workplace and a Master Class on Mastering Our Inner Critic – What We Learned| Day 2 of #LinkageWIL

Today, we heard from two incredible keynote speakers: #1 NYT best-selling author Glennon Doyle and award-winning broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien. Check out key takeaways from Glennon and Soledad’s keynotes during Day 2 of the Virtual Women in Leadership Institute™.

7 Ways to Host More Inclusive Meetings in a Virtual World

From the classic “one-on-none” to not being heard, we’ve all experienced bad meetings, where participants have not felt included. Discover 7 tactics for hosting more inclusive meetings (both in-person and in the virtual world!) and create the meetings everyone wants to be involved with.

#LinkageWIL Inspiration Series: Maria Howard, Principal Consultant, On Pausing, Being Compassionate and Getting Curious

In this third installment of the #LinkageWIL Inspiration series, Maria Howard, Chief Revenue Officer and Principal Consultant at Linkage shares some helpful advice on how to pause and reflect at work.

Creating Cultures of Inclusion: What Works (and What Doesn’t) | 3 Findings from Linkage’s Latest White Paper

Linkage’s latest white paper, “The Hard Truth about Inclusion in the Workplace: What Works (and What Doesn’t)” is jam-packed with findings and recommendations for inclusion in the workplace. Check out these three findings and then download your own copy to get access to the full report.

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What Does Being an Ally Look Like? | Linkage Featured in the Wall Street Journal

Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum speaks with Patrick Thomas, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, about our Juneteenth webinar, “Reflecting on Race & Allyship: How to Drive Meaningful Change” and Linkage’s ongoing work to build and support cultures of inclusion at leading organizations.

How We Commit to Be Purposeful, Inclusive Leaders in 2020 and Beyond

Out of crisis comes opportunity, and strong and effective leadership is a cornerstone of our ability to rise to a challenge—within our organizations, communities, and in our world. The commitments of Purposeful Leadership, grounded in inclusion, become even more important as we all strive to lead in a permanently changed world. We must inspire, innovate, achieve, engage and become in order to meet today’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities.

Reflecting on Race and Allyship: How to Drive Meaningful Change | Commitments Leaders Can Make Today

Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum reflects on the latest webinar installment of Linkage’s Critical Leadership Conversations series with Bev Wright, expert leadership consultant and inclusion advocate, and Eddie Turner, international best-selling author and award-winning coach. “Reflecting on Race & Allyship: How to Drive Meaningful Change,” was an interactive conversation grounded in lived experiences and actionable strategies for change. The discussion proved to be an invaluable opportunity for more than 1,000 leaders to reflect and discuss the shameful reality of the past; the shifting reality of the present; and the hope for the future.

Effective Leaders Are Inclusive Leaders — Organizations Navigating a World in Crisis Accelerate through Inclusion

It’s clear that inclusion can be the accelerator to our success. So, what can we do to activate the power of inclusive leadership at our organizations? We need to put an equal emphasis on creating the cultures of inclusion necessary to support a diversified workforce. And, we must put a common behavioral language behind what inclusive leadership is in action if we are to create a new standard of leadership that serves all people in our organizations.

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