Want to change workplace behavior? Try shifting from calling out to 'call-in conversations'

Lisa M. Sánchez, VP of Employee Experience and Engagement (HR) at ArtCenter College of Design delves into the concept of ‘call-in’ conversations...
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Want to change workplace behavior? Try shifting from calling out to 'call-in conversations'
Call-in conversations create awareness and provide a learning opportunity

Imagine for a moment sitting in a meeting or conference virtually or in person and a colleague or facilitator makes an offensive, race- or gender-based comment in the spirit of telling a joke.

Would you let it go or say something? Would you say something in the moment or wait?

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