Pronoun policies often leave out the most important part: humanity. That's why we need to reconsider them as well as requiring pronouns.
You can help employees be better allies in their communities by introducing them to speakers and initiatives that teach allyship.
Should we require people to share their pronouns? I think they should be mandatory in email signatures because they are one of the small subtle cues of love.
People realized they don't belong in shitty workplaces and they have power. The result? A talent market we've never seen.
Normalize sharing your pronouns, whether that's in your day to day life or in your email signature. You can help people you'll never meet.
How do you develop DEI leadership skills if there are no entry-level jobs? What are the essential skills?