Age of Awareness
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Age of Awareness

Self-Experiment To Understand The Meaning of Inclusion

Photo by John Schaidler on Unsplash

One of the most difficult task I have ever gotten in my career was the task to be the ambassador for the “Inclusion Awareness” event. When I read that e-mail from the management, I was thinking: what should we say or discuss? Should it be something like:

  • Tips how to greet your foreign colleague properly: probably bow your head a bit…? (that’s my habit actually…

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Fatmawati Santosa

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sharing thoughts, experience, and lessons learned | an engineer on working days and an inquisitive dreamer for most of the time :)

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