Diversity, equity, and inclusion conversation starters

Understanding and discussing identity in the workplace

Healthy conversations about identity are essential to an inclusive workplace. While such dialogues can be challenging to navigate, they help build community and improve cultural awareness. Perhaps most critically, open dialogues about identity at work help address bias and discrimination that exists in the workplace.

Health care leaders often struggle to continue conversations about identity past introductory trainings on implicit bias. This multimedia resource library and discussion guide is designed to help. This tool can be used in group discussions and individual self-reflection activities. It includes a curated list of multimedia resources that dive into the complex ways that class, race, gender, ethnicity, and other aspects of identity overlap and affect people at work, at home, and in health care settings.

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