Some 200 employees — online, offsite, and in the cafeteria — have answered the question “What Does Inclusion Look Like?” This word cloud represents their responses. The poll closes Friday. To participate, text LABIDEA to 22333, then text your response of 10 words or less. See the responses here.
Laura Shaw says
A seat at the table. Openness. Forward thinking. Respect.
Yaw O. Agyeman says
What inclusion looks like to me: Acceptance, sense of belonging, sense of being valued, worthy member of team,
Horst Simon says
everybody is valued = everybody contributes
Michael Espinosa says
“Inclusion means not being verbally bullied into submission by someone who intentionally 1) talks quickly, 2) talks over me or, 3) talks at me in order to push down my ideas and opinions, for theirs to be the correct choice; especially, when they are the one who came to me for my ideas and opinions in the first place – seems like a no brainer huh?”