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Inclusive Decision-Making for Museums

Category: On-Demand Programs: Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion
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What does inclusive decision-making look like for museums? Does it mean that everything needs to be decided by consensus? (Hint: no.) And how do you hold people accountable? If you are struggling to understand what inclusive decision-making looks like in practice, come join Brevity & Wit Senior Consultant Jakob Wolf-Barnett as he offers a simple framework for making decisions inclusively while managing employee expectations and feedback skillfully.

Some of the key discussion points in this video: 

  • Defining the relationship between decision-making and DEAI in museums
  • Exploring the three components of inclusive decision-making
  • Sharing a framework to make decision-making more inclusive

Check out the Trustee Resource Center for more resources and tools you can use as a starting point for deepening engagement on the topic of DEAI.

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