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A truly inclusive workplace respects employees’ identities. Workers from historically underrepresented backgrounds, who are often the first or only people of their background in the room, need to feel like they can speak up.

One of the most important things you can do as a leader to make space for them is learn their preferred pronouns and terms for their cultural and racial identity–and start using them yourself. It’s a process you should customize as you get to know the individuals on your team. But to get you started, here are four common words you should stop using at work–and what to say instead.
 
 
 
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Here's what else I'm reading today:
Strava’s Michael Horvath explains the simple way he unlocked employees’ full potential. —Inc

Lunch breaks actually make you more productive. Here are three ways to help make them a habit. —Inc

Kind Healthy Snacks’ founder Daniel Lubetzky on how to lead with curiosity, courage, and compassion. —Inc

Should commute time be counted as part of the workday? —Quartz

This creative exercise turns disorganized thoughts into gold. —Fast Company
One more thing:
Feeling flexible? Here are 46 countries that offer digital nomad visas. —Inc.
 
 
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