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The Politics of Everything

Feb 8, 2022

Workplaces of all types have changed considerably since I started my newspaper journalism career in the late 1990s.  Inclusion at work was not even thought of but it is a wonderful thing it has become a major goal for offices, factories, and political environments the world over.


My guest today is an expert on workplace inclusion. Gloria Tabi is an Author and the Managing Director at EVERYDAY INCLUSION and Founder of Voice Everyday Racism. Gloria’s research specializes in Social Analysis on Race, Social Inequalities, and Anti-Racism. As a Black African-Australian woman, Gloria brings well-grounded knowledge and experience of the impacts presented in race and gender identities.


With over 30 years of experience in Project Management, Employment Services, Professional Mentorship, and Business Coaching Gloria’s ability to engage, negotiate and build worthwhile relationships across diversity, clients, and demographics are her greatest skills. Gloria provides proactive, relevant, and impactful training frameworks that are tailored to your business for a safe, productive, and sustainable future.


Hear from Gloria on:

  1. Why has workplace inclusion become such a major focus for companies who perhaps even a decade ago? Is it about profit as much as people – why or why not?
  2. It can start with hiring and having a D&I policy but how does everyday culture in an organization need to operate to succeed with having a more inclusive workplace that thrives financially as well as socially?
  3. The Diversity Council of Australia has a yearly index they share. We began tracking the state of inclusion in the Australian workforce in 2017. The stats don’t lie! It appears to be workplace inclusion and diversity means success. What is holding companies back from making such changes or keeping them up in your view?
  4. Take away: What is your final takeaway message for us on The Politics of Workplace Inclusion?


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