Talking for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Interview with Duncan Partridge

Duncan Partridge TalkWise Podcast

Episode Description

The way we talk to and about one another can make or break relationships, inter-personal, organisational or societal, so it’s important to be conscious, current and considered in how our words land with others. But such in-the-moment awareness requires real attention and effort, when so much of our speech follows unconscious habits and patterns. In this episode of the TalkWise podcast we explore with educationalist Duncan Partridge how to become more alert to micro-aggressions, how to co-create collaborative dialogues and how to use talk in the pursuit of greater equity, diversity and inclusion.

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