Improve your understanding and inclusive language skills specific to people with disabilities. Learn best practices for acknowledging each person’s full identity and capabilities, and how to steer clear of discriminatory and derogatory terms.
You want to get to know your coworkers - their family structure, interests, and more - but you also want to make sure you're asking about them in the right way. This video details the correct language to use when getting to know new people.
Get insightful guidance on promoting inclusion in the workplace by describing people using professional and appropriate language, rather than referring to a person’s physical appearance, or physicality -- a practice that is usually unnecessary and irrelevant.
In this scenario-based video, you will be exposed to inclusive language faux pas and ways to correct them. Learn when certain descriptors are necessary versus inappropriate, how to avoid evoking tragedy when it's not present, and why "normal" is a poor choice of words. Speaking up can be scary, b...