Inclusion has representation at its core. Representation means everybody is visible and gets heard. The current societal environment has made evident how imperative, yet challenging this goal is; in the workplace, actions towards representation are often insufficient and, if disingenuous, can be even detrimental. What will "true" representation look like in the context of a company, in contrast to a “lip-service” approach? How do you draft actions that will effectively empower? Attendees will come out of this talk with a simple, yet effective framework to identify and craft actions that will promote representation in a real way, both between their peers, across their workplace and wherever they go.