Managing Defensiveness in DEI Conversations

Publisher: Artesian Collaborative, LLC

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 Managing Defensiveness in DEI Conversations

"What can I do when I feel defensive in conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion?" I love getting questions like this. It's a reminder that we're all human. The first step to managing defensiveness is acceptance. Acknowledging the defensiveness we're feeling and reminding ourselves that we're not alone gives us a starting point to be able to address it. Sunitha Chandy PsyD Founder & Lead Trainer at Artesian Collaborative