The importance of keeping  sociopolitical conversations authentic and conflict-free at work

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If there’s one thing you don’t talk about at family gatherings, it’s social politics. In the past, the same could be said about the workplace. But things have changed.

In a talk by Simon Sinek, he says, “we have to understand, for better or for worse, the changing nature of what work has become in our lives.” Today’s workforce expects the workplace to be where they “get their purpose, friendships, community, and social life.”

It isn’t hard to understand why. We’ve all endured the last three years, and uncertainty about the future is still sky-high. Beginning with the COVID

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