Conventional professionalism touts suits, tidy and neat appearances, and generally monotone color palettes for clothing, hair, and anything else you choose to wear.
As society begins to open their minds to the concept of people bringing their whole selves to work, individuals have felt more comfortable sharing other parts of their lives and showing up as themselves.
From tattoos and dyed hair and piercings to talking about racism and calling out toxic cultures, professionalism has started to mean many different things.
Join us in sharing how YOU define professionalism and how we can all cultivate a culture of acceptance and belonging at work.
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