Race, Justice, and Equity In The Workplace

Recommended Webinar: Race, Equity, and Justice in the Workplace and Beyond: A Call to Action

From the Center for Positive Organizations:

"Learn about racial justice and equity issues in the workplace and beyond, how we got here, what strategies have worked and have not worked, and what you can do as individuals and leaders."

Race, Justice, and Equity in the Workplace and Beyond: A Call to Action

Being Black in Academic and Corporate Culture

How to Start Making Real Change in your Organization | ExecOnline

LinkedIn Workshop: Talking About Race at Work

Negotiation and conflict resolution expert Kwame Christian shows how to apply the compassionate curiosity framework to open up an effective dialogue at work. Note: Members of the Yale community can access the LinkedIn Learning Library at no cost.

Being Black in Academic and Corporate Culture


From the National Association of Colleges and Employers:

"In this important conversation on being black in academic and corporate culture, our expert panel focuses on the current state of recruitment, retention, and the responsibility of staff. Learn about the effects of racial injustice in the workplace and how it affects the personal and professional growth of black people."

How to Start Making Real Change in your Organization | ExecOnline


From ExecOnline TV:

"Join Yale SOM leadership expert Heidi Brooks in a crucial conversation on how leaders should respond to structural inequality and racism."

LinkedIn Workshop: Inclusive Mindset for Committed Allies

True allies start with an inclusive mindset based on three basic principles: be brave, be humble, and be dedicated. Discover how to put these principles into practice, become a better ally in this workshop with Dereca Blackmon—CEO of Inclusion Design Group.

Antiracism, Allyship, and Authenticity: Building Internal Capacity for Institutional Change
 

From the Center for Positive Organizations:

In this follow-up virtual event to “Race, Equity, and Justice: A Call to Action,” we will address what skills and actions are necessary for workplaces to advance beyond statements to being antiracist organizations that dismantle systemic racism and rebuild equitable structures in their place.

Race, Work, and Leadership: New Perspectives on the Black Experience


From the publisher:

A compilation of essays that examines how race matters in people’s experience of work and leadership. What does it mean to be black in corporate America today? How are racial dynamics in organizations changing? How do we build inclusive organizations? Gain insights on ways to fuel the career paths and prospects of black professionals and other underrepresented groups.
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