Communicating Consciously

Communicating Consciously

HR's guide to getting started with inclusive language

As a company, the language you use has power. When used consciously, it creates relationships, fosters mutual understanding, and forges a workplace where everyone feels heard, respected, and valued.

But when it’s not, it keeps stereotypes and biases alive. It causes discomfort and harm. It furthers exclusion.

Communicating more consciously as an organisation requires a collective effort. It requires everyone to challenge the language you use every day. It requires you to consciously rewrite old habits, and rewire new ones. And it requires everyone to approach every conversation with empathy and care.

But we know that change is hard. A good place to start is to get an introduction inclusive language. We’re here to help with this new eBook.

In this eBook, you get: