Assumption Is the Enemy of Inclusion

To be truly inclusive, we must not assume

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I was recently in a session learning about the LGBTQ+ community and the struggles they face in daily communication. A simple elevator conversation that begins with a benign question like “How was your weekend?” can be emotionally draining for some.

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The Maverick Files

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