While we’re not necessarily conscious of it, we’re all capable of pausing and reflecting on our own attitudes, behaviours and judgements and where we see the need, making adjustments.
Making a quick, discriminatory judgement about a product brand is one thing. Making discriminatory judgements of people is another.
You can tell when a club doesn’t understand discrimination and its consequences. There will be stories, around the club of people being demeaned and treated unfairly because of their age, sex, race or ability.
People in this club have a good understanding of the impact of discrimination.
This club knows that discriminatory behaviour risks everything; new learnings, working well together, and bringing our collective best sides to problems, issues and shared causes.
This club’s people prioritise appreciating people for their own unique backgrounds, dispositions, life stories, experience, capabilities and wisdom.