Put simply, an inclusive workplace respects and values people's differences and makes every identity welcome. And what does that look like in the real world? It can be the difference between talking about weekend plans with a same-sex partner with coworkers or hiding that aspect of personal life at the water cooler. And when it comes to revealing personal identity, each small act takes courage. To understand how to build an inclusive workplace, we asked BlackRock employees at their new office in Budapest, Hungary what being brave means and how this office is promoting diversity and inclusion.