Inclusive Language: Gender Neutral Language and Culturally Inclusive Language
There are gender-biased expressions or expressions that reinforce gender stereotypes. Using gender-inclusive language means speaking and writing in a way that does not discriminate against a particular sex or gender identity, and that does not perpetuate gender stereotypes.
Given the key role of language in shaping cultural and social attitudes, using gender-inclusive language is a powerful way to promote gender equality and eradicate gender bias.
IE Pofessor and Almagesto Managing Partner
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Managing Partner of my own consulting firm for the past 14+ years, I have been helping organizations align their talent strategies with their business strategies for over 25 years working in the areas of Leadership, Talent, Change, Strategy and People Development.
Associate Professor at IE University (Business School, School of Architecture, School of Human Sciences and Technology, and Executive Education) within different International MBA Programs in different Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Change Management and Internal Communication courses.
I have coached leaders at all levels across multiple industries and geographic regions including Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Latin America and North America.
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