There's a lot of really good trainings out there now on being an inclusive leader. And what that means in conscious bias and unconscious bias, and all those things that really, to me, force a leader to think differently and look at things differently than they may have in the past, or the baggage you carry with you in all of those sort of things. But it can't be viewed as a check the box. Everybody has to take it, and therefore we're done because everybody took it, so now we're inclusive. What can you do beyond their training to ensure that the inclusiveness is there, that people are following your anti-harassment, anti-discrimination guidelines.
And then additional resources-- HRC is out there, Out and Equal, the Trevor Project, multiple organizations, again, with transgender training as well with Ryan included that can help ensure that you're providing good education. It's not just training, but it really it's education to get people comfortable in the situations as a leader to be able to talk about and impact change to make your team feel like they all matter and they all belong. And can bring their whole selves to work every day.