Ellis will provide a high-level summary of the historical context of racism and institutional bias, while providing practical skills for establishing a work culture where all people feel a sense of inclusion and belonging. An intense focus on personal action will be layered throughout the training. He will outline key elements to equip business leaders to better understand the issues surrounding global protests and concerns related to racial bias and institutional inequity. This interactive online training will include instructional teaching, leadership interviews, “fishbowl discussions with colleagues of color,” short videos, personal reflection/journaling activities, and an outline of a work plan with goals to enhance individual, team, and organizational growth; and actions to reduce implicit racial bias and institutional inequity.
Come ready to:
- Engage in meaningful dialogue.
- Learn how to develop strategies and skills to support racially and ethnically diverse co-workers and teams.
- Develop individually customized action plans for reducing institutional bias thereby ensuring all employees, particularly colleagues of color, feel they truly belong and their contributions are included within the culture.
You'll have the opportunity to submit questions, and we’ll answer those at the end of the webinar.
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