Happy World Kindness Day! While this game is designed for school children, it definitely may be adapted to individuals of all ages. Sharing love and kindness costs absolutely nothing but can make a world of difference to someone. Consider what you can personally do to make the world a better place and commit to doing it.
To be different, I went on a search for a white pumpkin in the pumpkin patch. Instead I ended up with the most unique pumpkin I had ever seen. A reminder to find beauty in differences.
Hello my name is Michelle and I identify as she.
What do you identify as?
I was incredibly lucky to spend the afternoon learning about principles for inclusion with Kim Katrin Milan. I learned much about cultural, race, gender, sexual, LGBTQ and transgender inclusion. I am positive we only scratched the surface in this session. It was enlightening, insightful and definitely one of the best trainings I have had the opportunity to attend in the last few years.
If your organization is not offering you diversity and inclusion training beyond what is written in a policies and procedures manual, please question why and ask for this kind of workshop. Toronto is the most diverse city in the world and we are going to run into many different cultural norms. Ask questions and create an opening for conversation. Part of the way we treat people how they want to be treated is to simply ask.