In Coaching, ‘Diversity’ Is a Trick Play

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From the article:

“Why the confusion about what ‘diversity’ means? It’s because, for a long time, our need for diversity has been so obvious that we haven’t needed a clear goal — ‘more’ worked just fine. For fear of sounding complacent, we haven’t stopped to consider what ‘enough diversity’ would even look like.”




P.A. Jensen (@RuralityChecker) lives in Minnesota with his wife and son.

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