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Doing Race Through the Culture Cycle (RaceWorks Series, Video 11)

Doing Race Through the Culture Cycle (RaceWorks Series, Video 11)

[MUSIC] How do people “do race” in society? The “culture cycle” is a tool that helps us map this out. Race operates across different levels of society: the individual level the interactional level the institutional level and the ideological level. These levels can be represented in a useful tool called the “culture cycle.” Let’s take a look at each level to see how it contributes to how we “do race.” When people think about race, they often start at the…

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Rooting Out Entrenched Bias and Growing a New Culture | Inclusion in Tech | Cognizant

Rooting Out Entrenched Bias and Growing a New Culture | Inclusion in Tech | Cognizant

[Music] No matter how great your initiatives are and how good your intentions are, unconscious biases tend to influence our behaviors, attitudes, and ultimately our decisions. And these biases can add up quickly in a company culture – limiting individuals and organizations from giving 100% and at the end of the day resulting in a less inclusive workforce and workplace. So what to do about it? Sometimes biases are actually not just unconscious beliefs of people, but they are… they…

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Your Role in Building a Welcoming and Inclusive Culture

Your Role in Building a Welcoming and Inclusive Culture

(music) Berkeley Lab has long valued the contributions of many fields and perspectives, a tradition that goes back to our founding director E.O. Lawrence who pioneered the concept of team science. Today, to unlock the ideas that drive our science, we need everyone to help us innovate in a new area. Over the next few months our Chief Diversity Officer Lady Idos and I will ask you to engage with us in building a Lab culture that values the different…

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Building Inclusive & Diverse Tech Hubs: Creating an inclusive culture

Building Inclusive & Diverse Tech Hubs: Creating an inclusive culture

[MUSIC PLAYING] WAYNE SUTTON: I’m Wayne Sutton. MELINDA EPLER: I’m Melinda Epler. We’re the founders of Change Catalyst. We empower inclusive and sustainable innovation globally. WAYNE SUTTON: Welcome to this series sponsored by Women Techmakers, Google’s program that provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology. Together, we’re helping tech hubs to develop more inclusive cultural programs in spaces. MELINDA EPLER: This video focuses on the internal company culture of a tech hub. Like a co-working space, learning community,…

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The Power to Be Me – Diversity & Inclusion at Bank of America

The Power to Be Me – Diversity & Inclusion at Bank of America

Craig Young: How you identify is a big question. First-generation Filipina Muslim, openly-gay -Family man -Latina I am as basic as they come I’m on the autistic spectrum Culturally-adopted Eastern Band Cherokee I’m the son of Indian immigrants -A re-launcher -Puerto-Rican I consider myself a Sierra-Leonean -I’m Lebanese -I was in the United States Army I’m gay, I’m Jewish, I have dyslexia A single mother, a disabled veteran -Daughter -I’m from Queens I kind of think of myself as a…

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Burton, ‘we are all riders’ | Microsoft In Culture

Burton, ‘we are all riders’ | Microsoft In Culture

>>It gives me a different type of freedom.>>We’d all be riding, shredding, and for us athletes, it’s the way we get out and fly. [MUSIC]>>Trying to get my balance is incredibly difficult, because I don’t have my back arm to keep me stable on the board.>>There’s a lot of challenges that go with it. Now, hiking to the resort, carrying all your gear while swapping legs in and out.>>So what we’re trying to do is identify the things that are…

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Your Organisations Culture – Is It Truly Inclusive?

Your Organisations Culture – Is It Truly Inclusive?

Hi I’m Gina, LGBT Inclusion consultant and trainer. I’m here to share LGBT inclusion best practice with you. Today I want you to think about the culture in your organisation. Is your organisation actively encouraging EVERYONE to bring their whole selves to work? Do people feel excluded at work – for their age, gender, sexuality, marital status (or lack of), parenting status (or lack of), their religion, faith, culture, language, heritage, their abilities? Have you ever felt excluded at work…

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IBM: A Culture of Diversity and Inclusion

IBM: A Culture of Diversity and Inclusion

“We are standing together shoulder to shoulder, all working for one common good, and the good of each of us as individuals affects the greater good of the company.” These words from our founder, Thomas J. Watson Sr., reflect IBM’s past and our corporate character today. In 1899, we hired Richard MacGregor, an African American, 65 years before the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In 1914, we hired our first disabled employee, 76 years before the passage of the Americans…

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Program Award for Culture of Excellence in Mentoring (PACEM)

Program Award for Culture of Excellence in Mentoring (PACEM)

(lighthearted music) – This program started back, actually, when I was on the faculty council myself, there was an initiative to look at the state of mentoring at Harvard and to see whether there would be a way to make it better. One of the goals that stuck in my head was that we want this to be a place where people brag to their peers around the country about what great mentoring environment it is at Harvard. Basically now,…

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