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Reframing DEI and Racial Equity in the Workplace
How Purpose-Driven Leaders Can Get Alignment, Avoid Sensitive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Pitfalls, and Model the Work of Dr. King to Advance Positive Company Culture Change
🕒 Watch Time: 47 Minutes + Q&A
What You'll Learn in this Free Executive Training:
Trainer: Kemy Joseph, MS, EdS - Co-Founder of F.E.A.R.S. Advantage™
Well-intentioned companies are hiring based on easy-to-see differences such as skin color to solve their “diversity problem”.
What they don’t yet see is: when you treat diversity as a problem, diversity becomes the problem.
Issues of race, privilege, and tokenization are still so sensitive that – although visually diversifying your teams may look good from the outside – legacy members of your team can feel they’re being passed over for positions they deserve, and new “visually diverse” hires can feel marginalized when brought into company cultures not yet set up for them.
As a result, trying to do the right thing not only becomes inconvenient; it can increase the levels of tension and mistrust your overwhelmed teams are already feeling.
Fortunately, there’s a way to resolve the core of the “diversity problem”, and get everyone aligned without getting into trouble and retraumatizing your teams.
In this Free Executive Training with Kemy Joseph, MS EdS, you will model leadership lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement to:
- Understand the true meaning of Advancing Equity and how it really impacts everyone in your organization, so positive change will not only be welcomed by your teams; it will be carried by everyone in the long-run, which means DEI is no longer a burden to be shouldered alone.
- Learn how to get your executive team aligned on meaningful DEI initiatives, so you can make progress with more confidence and less resistance from the top, which means positive change gets the buy-in it needs without the frustration of chasing or avoiding resistant gatekeepers.
- Apply proven strategies from Dr. Martin Luthur King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement to your organization so you can boost your communication and more effectively manage change in a way that feels inspiring, brings people together, and makes work feel meaningful again.