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This guide is for managers looking to build (more) supportive and functional relationships with their staff. We believe that relationship-building is a core competency for effective management (equitable, sustainable, and results-driven). This means that even though it’s a two-way street, it’s the manager’s responsibility to drive and prioritize the work of relationship-building.

(Organizational Culture)
Color blindness is the inability to tell colors apart, recognize and see colors in the way non-color blind people do.
This disability is fairly common and it generally never poses serious health threats. However, being color blind can have restrictions to taking up certain jobs that involve the ability to visually distinguish between colors.
(Organizational Culture) (Disability Justice)
People who experience deafness or hard of hearing rely on the captioning feature in Zoom.
If it is not enabled, they can not fully participate in the discussion.
This step-by-step guide shows how to enable captions in Zoom.
(Organizational Culture) (Disability Justice)
The summer of 2020 forced a reckoning for the country, Philadelphia, and its newspaper.
But after perpetuating inequality for generations, can The Inquirer really become an anti-racist institution?
(Racial Justice)
These 26 short New York Times documentaries that range in time from 1 to 7 minutes and tackle issues of race, bias and identity.
(Racial Justice)
For decades, women have struggled to crack the code of power in the White House, where grueling hours, hyper-aggressive colleagues and lack of access to the boss have proved challenging to women from both parties.
(Gender Justice)
This resource includes color management tools, typography guidelines, image use guidelines, and an accessibility checklist here.
It has also gathered videos and courses that can help you dive deeper into accessible and inclusive design.
(Disability Justice)
The 1619 Project is an ongoing initiative from The New York Times Magazine that began in August 2019, the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery.
It aims to reframe the country’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of our national narrative.
(Racial Justice) (Identity and Community)
Research published in LGBT Health pointed to exceptionally high rates of substance use disorders among people in the LGBTQ community.
Why are these issues so common in the greater LGBTQ community?
(LGBTQ Justice)
This report demonstrates that the proverbial glass cliff is an all-too-common reality for leaders of color in the nonprofit sector.
Ascending to an executive position does not end a leader’s struggles with racism, and sometimes increases those challenges.
(Organizational Culture) (Racial Justice)