Equity & Inclusion
Want to make sure that your management practices and internal operations reflect your organization’s commitment to social justice? In this section, you’ll find tools on how to manage with an equity and inclusion lens.
Use this starter kit to help you create and use your own hiring rubrics.
Make sure your goals have an equity and inclusion component by using this SMARTIE goals worksheet.
Check out some examples of PTR in action, and how to manage towards your requirements with your preferences and traditions in mind.
Need inspiration for goal-setting? Check out our goals bank for examples of SMARTIE goals!
Here’s our quick-start guide for FAIR, a four-step decision-making approach that gives those most impacted by a decision the opportunity to help shape it.
Check out these examples of fair process, a four-step decision-making approach that gives those most impacted by a decision the opportunity to help shape it.
Check out an example of how to use the PARTNER framework for receiving DICEY feedback that's related to diversity, inclusion, culture, equity, or you.
Check out these examples of how key decision-making opportunities, known as "choice points," can be used to advance racial equity and inclusion.
Use this template to reflect on your interactions with team members, help you spot disparities, check for bias, and focus on equity and inclusion.
Here is a list of some of the most common choice points, or key decision-making opportunities, managers face that may have equity and inclusion impacts.
- Where should I post my open jobs?
- Four Ways to Mitigate Bias in Performance Evaluations
- Using Choice Points to Advance Racial Equity and Inclusion
- How to Receive DICEY Feedback
- How to Spot DICEY Feedback
- Using Fair Process to Make Better Decisions
- “That’s how we’ve always done it!” (A guide to using PTR)
- Tips for Writing SMARTIE Goals
- Equity Rationale: Why You Need One, and How To Get Started
- Mitigate Bias in Hiring With a Simple Rubric
- 3 Ways to Test for Racial Equity & Inclusion Competency
- How to Make the Implicit Explicit … and Increase Your Team’s Ability to Get Excellent Results
- Resources on Sexual Harassment and Assault