A critical part of helping people thrive at work is creating a safe space to work. Even in supportive environments, many transgender and gender non-conforming individuals can still expect uncomfortable conversations. It starts during the candidate experience, and small tweaks can lead to better communication for everyone—whether you’re transgender or simply someone with a name that could be mistaken for a different gender between different languages, cultures, or generations.
While you probably know to say things like “salesperson” instead of “salesman,” there are plenty of other ways gendered language creeps into our everyday speech. So how can you be a better ally?
With Katrina Kibben leading the conversation, you’ll learn:
--> What pronouns are and how to appropriately use them,
--> Tips for practicing pronouns when you get them wrong,
--> Strategies to build belonging in the candidate experience with more inclusive language,
--> And more!