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Nov 30, 2020

As a black, nonbinary woman of mixed heritage, who is also Autistic and Hard of Hearing (HoH), Kelly Bron Johnson knows a thing or two about what it's like to not feel included or accepted. 

Through her personal life experiences, she has now made it her mission to make workplace environments more inclusive. 

On this episode of the Workplace Communication Podcast, Kelly shares how organizations can embrace diversity and look for ways to become inclusive in order to yield harmony, trust, and greater work productivity.

Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:

  • Why adaptations for one don’t need to be offered to all
  • Bringing a more human understanding to the workplace
  • How avoiding assumptions increases belonging
  • Trust as a core element to inclusion and diversity

Mx. K. Bron Johnson is an Autistic and Hard of Hearing (HoH) self-advocate, and founder of Completely Inclusive, social enterprise consultancy devoted to Inclusion and Accessibility in the workplace. As a Black nonbinary woman of mixed heritage, she brings her lived experience and intersecting identities to all her work, and challenges people to see Disabled People, LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and all oppressed or marginalized peoples in a different light.

Bron is also interested in mitigating the effects of Colonialism and Intergenerational Trauma and how we can all work together to dismantle systemic inequities in society.

She lives with her life partner and two children in Montreal, Canada.

If you’re committed to bringing more diversity to your workplace, then this episode is for you!

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