Beware the Tone Police!

In this week's podcast Leyla talks about why we need to be aware of the tone police, how to spot the signs and call out tone policing. Continue Reading Beware the Tone Police!

Welcome to the 102nd episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. In today’s episode, I am going to be talking about tone policing at work, what it means, its impacts and how to call it out. In addition to how to call out the tone police!

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In today’s show, on beware the tone police

  • Why I decided to make an episode on tone policing. [00:43]
  • Clarify what tone policing is [01:04]
  • A recent high-profile example of tone policing in the UK. [01:36]
  • My experience with tone policing. [03:07]
  • How you can combat tone policing in the workplace. [07:39]

Quotes related to beware the tone police

  • Tone policing detracts from the uncomfortable truth by attacking the tone in which it was presented rather than the message itself.
  • Global Majority/Women of Colour are often called aggressive when we simply want to get our point across, be direct, passionate or dare to challenge.
  • When you’re tone policing someone, what you’re actually doing is saying to them that your feelings as the person doing the policing, matters more than their lived experience.
  • We are all emotional beings. We are not robots!

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