Are you looking for tangible ways to counteract prejudice at work? Entrepreneur Karen Catlin sheds light on how to become a workplace ally to underrepresented and marginalized employees. Her guide to inclusivity will help you identify and call out acts of microaggression, exclusion, racism and hostility. Catlin’s advice is primarily geared toward white men, but anyone in a position of power can learn from her clear-eyed, wide-ranging counsel.
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Karen Catlin is an American entrepreneur, public speaker and former vice president at Adobe Systems.
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