This inclusive language example showcases how to use Rise 360 to build employee guidebooks that are truly engaging.

This course uses a mix of block types, including flashcard and accordion interactions, a knowledge check, and embedded video to help learners understand what inclusive language is, why it matters, and how to use it in everyday life. And all the beautifully diverse images you see throughout the course are available in Content Library 360. 

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Star Peterson

Thank you for sharing this! I provide LGBTQIA+ diversity training, and it made me so happy to see that gender identity and sexual orientation were included in this course! Just a couple of notes- flashcard number three in the section on Gender Identity describes non-binary as "someone who expresses gender outside of traditional norms." This is not necessarily correct. Gender expression is separate from gender identity; being non-binary does not dictate how a person might express their gender at a given time. This flashcard also describes non-binary as "someone who prefers not to be described by a specific gender." This is not correct. Non-binary is a gender identity, it just doesn't fit into the false binary of man and woman. The phrase "preferred pronouns" is considered a microag... Expand