Busting the following myths-
MYTH 1: Bringing diverse people into an organisation over those from the dominant culture amounts to a zero-sum game where there are winners and losers.
MYTH 2: Our mission is to improve opportunities for marginalised groups, so we are reaching some diverse people and communities.
MYTH 3: Our organisation works within an area that is not diverse, so this is not relevant.
MYTH 4: The leaders (including board and executive staff mem and executive staff members) of our organisation are well-meaning and not biased.
MYTH 5: Our organisation has been fulfilling its mission and has never been accused of discrimination, bias, or not being welcoming or accessible. It has not been a problem for us.
MYTH 6: Our organisation would like to have more diverse leadership (board and staff), but we cannot seem to recruit diverse people to fill these positions.
MYTH 7: Hiring a non-dominant culture leader will solve DEI issues within our organisation.
MYTH 8: DEI is expensive. We do not have the resources to address it.
A look at the adverse effects of human activity-induced climate change and how it can be prevented.
Though challenging, the handling of human assets is an interesting job, provided if one does it with passion and patience.
Debunking the following myths:
MYTH 1: Time is your most valuable resource.
MYTH 2: Experience is everything.
MYTH 3: What got me here, will get me there.
MYTH 4: Good managers are naturally good leaders, and good leaders are naturally good managers.
MYTH 5: I know my weaknesses.
Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: Online, everybody is equal.
MYTH 2: You are the customer of BigTech.
MYTH 3: We are not ‘ad-dicted’.
MYTH 4: It is all about user experience.
MYTH 5: BigTech wants regulation.
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