Each week, MARC-to-Go brings you the best of the blog, social, and the web.
Read: From the Blog
6 Action Items for White People in the Workplace (and Beyond)
By Amanda Gelender
“What can white people here do to support people of color?”
It's the anonymous question that became the spark for this piece. The answer might make you uncomfortable... but that's the point.
Connect: New in the Community
Introducing User-Tagging With @Mentions!
It's now easier than ever to bring colleagues into the conversation with @Mentions!
Have you been @Mentioned in the MARC community? Select "Email me when someone mentions me" in the Notification tab of your Account Settings to make sure you find out!
News: What We're Reading
A History of Race and Racism in America, in 24 Chapters
The book that defined each decade. These works tell the history of anti-Black racism in the United States as painfully, as eloquently, as disturbingly as words can. In many ways, they also tell its present. The New York Times
Introverted vs Extroverted Leadership: Which Is Better?
It can depend on the team. A new study reveals the connection between personality type and management style, and the results might explain the rise of introvert CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Larry Page, and Elon Musk. Marketplace
Quote of the Week
"While historical racism is not your fault, undoing the results of it is a collective responsibility."
More from MARC
This Month's Theme: Race in the Workplace
Globally, the corporate landscape is shifting, with more people across different racial, ethnic, and cultural groups interacting in the workplace. Organizations that find ways to include all available talent not only enhance opportunities for their talent, but also maximize their own potential for growth and innovation.
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