Make Inclusive Language a Key Part of Your DEI Efforts

Danielle Duran Baron   |  March 21, 2022


When people focus on DEI, they often think about who they’re hiring and asking to participate, rather than how they speak to people. However, using the wrong language in communications can offend, or worse, lead to a crisis at your association. Consider these ideas to communicate effectively with diverse stakeholders.

Words matter.

“Inclusive language needs to be authentic. It’s not genuine to include different races and ethnicities in your membership brochure, but not in your hiring practices.”

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