7 Steps For Taking Action As An Ally - Deepstash

7 Steps For Taking Action As An Ally

6) Lead the change.

When you’re ready, take action to lead change in your work, on your team(s), and in your workplace.


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“An idea is something that won’t work unless you do.” - Thomas A. Edison

What does it mean to be an ally in the workplace? Allyship in the workplace means using your personal privilege to support colleagues from historically marginalized communities. Allies wield their influence to amplify the voices and elevate the employee experience of their underrepresented coworkers. Don’t care for allies and DEI? The ideas that follow are as much about how to be an ally, as they are about how to be a better person.

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7) Transform your organization, industry, and society.

Address biases and inequities in your company and in the broader world.

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4) Advocate for people.

Step up and advocate in small, everyday ways that can make big differences in people’s lives.

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