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I love it all, and this sentence stood out:
Leadership is not about the use of power, nor is it about one’s place in the organization, or the projects they own — it’s about leveraging trust with integrity.
Bravo Seth Johnson
“Leaders can appear at any level of the organisation”.
It’s a very powerful opening sentence! Thanks for sharing the guides.
Wow this is really great content! Thank You!👏🏼
Great write-up here. Karina! I loved how you mixed in tactics that remain scalable over time.
Great Piece! Zariah Cameron. My favorite part is when you say that “you don’t need to have a role dedicated to equity design to start a discussion or to advocate for equity design practices.”
This is great Tonisha! I really love the point about creating a safe space for collaboration.
Awesome piece Zariah, thanks for putting this into the world!
Great reading this, Karina!! Great work!