Who is responsible for inclusion?

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In episode 4 of season 6, Advita leads the conversation about inclusion and inclusive cultures and raise some poignant questions.

Who has the responsibility of inclusive conversations?

How do internal communication professionals contribute to this conversation?

Can only a few people be affected by this?

How far can this conversation apply within your work and home life?

Jenni, Trudy and Advita help to discuss their thoughts on these questions and more, sharing tips on how to navigate the way through these discussions.

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