How Leaders Can Address Racism & Care for Colleagues of ColorBy Her Agenda Staff
Jun. 18 2020, Published 8:00 p.m. ET
VENUE: Free Online Exec Ed Session
On June 19th, the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, this event will explore how leaders can confront racism, build inclusive organizations, and care for colleagues of color in a 60-minute free executive education session led by world-class diversity and inclusion scholar Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts and our expert panelists.
June 19, 12 pm Central | Registration Required
In their recent HBR article, Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts and Dr. Ella F. Washington write that no matter your racial, political, or other identities, the recent killing of George Floyd and other unarmed African-Americans and the widespread protesting in the US and around the world in support of the BLM movement cannot be ignored.
Millions of Black people and their allies are hurting, and this has a direct and immediate effect on our organizations and on our leadership — from CEOs at the top of the hierarchy to team managers on the frontline.
How can we talk about and take meaningful action on issues of racism, and how can we support our colleagues of color in the workplace? Roberts and Washington offer three dos and three don’ts: