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Challenge: Expose Biases too hidden to be seen.
Innovation: An identity survey with easily visible results.
Lesson: More than one social identity is examined at the same time and allows becoming aware of issues related to diversity and privilege.
Demonstrate authenticity — and grace. Making cultural faux pas is an opportunity for teaching and showing grace.
Focus on solutions. Awareness encourages motivation toward solutions.
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It is not enough for organizations to just have shared values and goals. There needs to be a passion that drives team performance. In the great teams that we have looked up to - those that produce value and contribute marvelous changes to society - would say that they have a purpose worth fighting for.
Having this passion allows the team members to gain a strong sense of identity within the group and hold their values firmer than the rest.