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WorkPride: Inclusiveness - Womxn in the workplace and beyond - Shared screen with speaker view
Jacqueline Champlin-Smith
07:55
Hi from Tulsa, OK!
Kate Fisher
08:03
Greetings from the US - Phoenix Arizona!
Kate Fisher
08:48
Laura!!! Hey Girl!
Trishna Devi
10:25
Hello Everyone from India
Anushka Manandhar
11:18
Warm greetings from Nepal
Yvonne Murray
11:49
Scotland :D
Laura Liguori
11:59
Italy!
Jenn Casey
12:04
Phoenix Arizona! Hi Kate :) :)
Zara Wysockey
12:17
Los Angeles, California!
Pamela Jacob
12:23
Hi from NYC! Special shout out to Kate representing Oracle!!
Kate Fisher
12:30
Hi Michael!!!!
Kate Fisher
13:09
Hi Cheryl!!!!
Rachel Fleming
15:27
So great to hear and see all of you wonderful womxn
Kate Fisher
16:33
Hola Julie!! ;-)
Kate Fisher
34:48
Jessica - it is very difficult… it starts with leadership that value diversity and vulnerability. That make it safe to be different no matter “who” you are. We have great examples in the US but we certainly have many places that are struggling too.
M F
38:36
As leader you are always expected to know and do better - how do draw the line or balance with the personal and professional
Sara Daunton
41:27
Couldn’t agree more with Aseel. Lived experience is so important. If you don’t know something exists how you can learn.
Kate Fisher
42:22
Hugs to you Zsuzsanna! The world is changing… but it is very slowly…. there is hope in many places that it is becoming safe for all of us to be ourselves. I pray that soon you will share that experience in Hungary. Continue to be an example to people in your community to help remove the fear and stigmas! - You are not alone!
Jen Yockney
42:38
So much that from Aseel -- I find listening to others who came before me and how they explain things like trans and sexuality that helped me find ways to explain to others gently and positively
Laura Tokell
48:47
In my teaching I do include the latest LGBT+ vocabulary, but also try to make clear that language is second to the important of the sentiment of trying to understand and include everyone. We should always try to use the correct terms however not everyone knows them. I have spent the last two years researching inclusion for LGBT+ children in schools and found that language and vocabulary use is one of the biggest issues for inclusion. No one wants to get it wrong, so I think there needs to be some leeway on this.
Kristine Lessard
52:43
I'm sure some of us on this call have been called disruptive once or twice!
M F
01:02:47
Thank you all for a very informative discussion. From Saint Lucia in the Caribbean .
Adam Charles
01:03:24
Thank you all so much! It’s been so eye opening as a gay man to hear your stories and stances on such important issues :) - Adam, London
Jen Yockney
01:04:00
Loved this session too. I think every marginalised group is tired of having to do its own lifting and allies doing it informedly from time to time is welcome!
Kristine Lessard
01:04:14
Thank you all
Victoria Pannett
01:04:55
Thank you so much everyone. This has been so interesting and educational. So much to think about. Have a beautiful day.
Sarah Cole
01:05:01
Really enlightening - thanks very much!
Anushka Manandhar
01:05:14
Thank you
Sandra Mayas
01:05:19
Thank you so much you beautiful and incredible people!!!
Alicia Espigares
01:05:22
Thank you so much. I really enjoy this talk.
Kathryn Sweeney
01:05:22
Incredible. Thank you all so much.
Kamini Rathnayake
01:05:25
Thanks alot
ROSELINA DUNG DUNG
01:05:27
Thank you so much for really valuable learning ..
Jessica Webb
01:05:29
Thanks so much!
Crystal Clitheroe
01:05:29
Thank you so much!!! Wonderful!