How to Talk About Gender & Sexuality at Work

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How to Talk About Gender & Sexuality at Work

Did you know that 1 in 2 LGBTQIA+ workers still feel they need to be closeted in the workplace? This fact and more are illuminated in PowerToFly’s latest publication. The new report provides a working model to build and foster an inclusive company for performing arts and beyond.

PowerToFly, an organization dedicated to fast-tracking economic equality by upskilling and connecting underrepresented talent to roles in highly visible sectors, spoke to C-Suite Executives and DEI experts at some of the world’s leading companies to explore ways to create inclusive environments where LGBTQIA+ employees don’t just survive, but thrive.

We are eager to share PowerToFly’s recent publication where they highlight their perspectives on what allyship means in action and how leaders can set an example of inclusion. This document can provide a useful roadmap to any circus or performing arts company, as well as any other kind.

PowerToFly achieves its mission daily through connecting diverse talent to free, live, virtual events with decision-makers from companies, whether they’re looking to change their careers or happy in their current roles. They also feature upskilling content and host summits with industry leaders creating diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplaces. They are women-led, intersectional, and focus on empowering underrepresented talent across all races, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, abilities, veteran statuses, and gender identities.

PowerToFly "Inclusive Language: How To Talk About Gender & Sexuality at Work" report executive summary
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