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'Exclusion' By Natalie Holder

 

Have you ever wondered why your organization's diversity and inclusion efforts have stalled? Are you experiencing diversity fatigue and  looking for new ways to increase employee engagement? While we all want a highly engaged workforce, it is important to remember that inclusion is a measurement of engagement. In my new book Exclusion, I share research and valuable information about:

•The financial impact of exclusion in the workplace and the business case for removing the barriers to inclusion

• How to encourage and take the necessary steps toward creating a culture of inclusion

• Best practices and strategies for eliminating unconscious bias in the workplace, and much more!

Natalie's Video Blogs

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Jan 2016

 

Remembering Dr. King /Headhunter Shares His Strategies for Landing a Dream Job in 2016‏

 

 

 

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Nov 2015

 

Masterclasses, Seminars, and Lunch and Learn Topics

 

 

 

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Oct 2015

 

The Top Five People Who Can Save Your Reputation at Work

 

 

 

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Sep 2015

 

Own Race Face Recognition Bias

 

 

 

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Sep 2015

 

How to Avoid the Performance Review that Backfires into a Discrimination Lawsuit

 

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Jul 2015

 

Can Images Hurt?

 

 

 

 

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Jul 2015

 

As we mourn the senseless loss of life in a church [...]

 

 

 

 

 

Jul 2015

 

In one week Rachel Dolezal has challenged, questioned, and even mocked America's 400-year old concept of race.

 

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Jun 2015

 

Tackling the "Angry Black Woman" and Other Stereotypes‏ 

 

 

 

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May 2015

 

How to Bring Baltimore and Ferguson to Work‏. 

 

 

 

 

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Mar 2015

 

Uunarmed Black teen was shot and killed by a White police officer in Madison. 

 

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Feb 2015

 

After Seeing the Movie Selma

 

 

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