Learn why inclusive language is important, and benefit from three insightful rules that will help you put people first by using language that is inclusive and respectful, both at your workplace and in all your daily interactions.
Delve into six great guidelines that will help you communicate inclusively. Learn to use language that respectfully recognizes people as individuals, versus the sum of their characteristics. Avoid the pitfalls of potentially offending or alienating others.
Take a closer look at some everyday expressions and you may find they’re historically rooted in racial or gender prejudice. Consider some simple ways to replace these language blunders with inclusive language in order to promote a healthier corporate culture.
Find out how to communicate inclusively when discussing mental and emotional health and neurodiversity -- the natural variations in brain functioning for learning, thinking, and processing information. Learn to recognize and avoid language that is trivializing, derogatory, or insulting.