Why We Need to Consider the Stages of Grief in DEI

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The Kübler-Ross model presents the five stages of grief as: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Most associate these with losing a loved one or going through a difficult time that causes a significant change in one’s life or well-being. Few associate it with some of the major stressors in life: death of a loved one, divorce, moving, major illness or injury, or even job loss.

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LaShana is CEO and Founder of L. M. Lewis Consulting, a business dedicated to offering diversity, nonprofit, and technology consulting services.

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LaShana Lewis

LaShana Lewis

LaShana is CEO and Founder of L. M. Lewis Consulting, a business dedicated to offering diversity, nonprofit, and technology consulting services.

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