One-size approaches never fit everyone

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As a speaker, is it really possible to be totally inclusive to everyone in your audience? Of course, but it’s not as simple as it may seem. It begins by defining what “inclusive” really means in this context. A simple definition of inclusion would be “the act of not excluding any of the parties or groups involved in something”. How can we be sure that we are communicating to everyone in our audience in a way that they can…

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Founder - InklusivComm. Director of training - Deque Systems. National Director, DEI & Marketing - CAPS. Speaker. CPWA. #antiracist #antifascist #BLM

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Denis Boudreau

Founder - InklusivComm. Director of training - Deque Systems. National Director, DEI & Marketing - CAPS. Speaker. CPWA. #antiracist #antifascist #BLM