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Good leaders want ALL employees to feel empowered to bring their whole selves to the workplace and deliver their very best work. This can only occur when employees have a strong sense of belonging, or inclusion, which requires that true racial equity is evident in policies, programming and practices within an agency and throughout the industry.
An environment of inclusion begins with acceptance. And acceptance starts with truthful, powerful and ultimately Courageous Conversations About Race. Armed with a protocol to talk about race, executive leaders and interns alike can go about the business of attracting, developing, promoting and sustaining racial diversity.
Join Keesha Jean-Baptiste of W+K Portland and Glenn Singleton, author of Courageous Conversations About Race, as they give guidance on the tools to building a true culture of inclusion.
What You Will Learn:
- A fresh approach to achieving racial diversity, equity and inclusion.
- A protocol for talking about race and a framework for achieving racial equity.
- How one agency’s engagement with Courageous Conversation is impacting racial culture, climate and results.
Who Should Attend:
- Middle Managers
- Talent Executives
- HR Managers
- Department Heads
- C-Suite Leaders
About the Webinar Series Leaders:
Keesha Jean-Baptiste is director of human resources for Wieden+Kennedy’s flagship office in Portland, Oregon, where she has a history of hiring, developing and sustaining top performing talent and leadership teams. But the work she is most proud of is reflective in the culture of W+K– and that begins by creating an environment where people can bring their full selves to the now 600-person office. Keesha began her career at W+K in 2011 as a digital recruiter, and was responsible for hiring across several critical growth areas of the agency’s business. Prior to W+K, Keesha spent 10-years at Digitas in a number of key talent and marketing roles that positioned Digitas as a sought-after, career-minded employer. Past roles including serving as business development director with Essence magazine. Keesha is currently serving on the board of directors for ADCOLOR and Partners in Diversity. She holds an MA in integrated marketing communications from Emerson College and a BS in mass communication from James Madison University.
Glenn Singleton has devoted over thirty years to constructing racial equity worldwide and developing leaders to do the same. He is the creator of Courageous Conversations About Race (2006), a protocol for sustained, deep dialog, and Beyond Diversity™, the curriculum that has taught hundreds of thousands of people how to use it. As President and Founder of Pacific Educational Group, Inc. (PEG), Glenn has created an agency that has developed racially conscious leaders in a variety of sectors: education, government, business, law enforcement, and community organizing among them. The work has been transformative and far-reaching. In September 2015, The United States Embassy selected PEG to guide law enforcement leaders throughout Western Australia. In March 2016, Glenn launched the first Institute for Courageous Conversation – in New Zealand. His passion for equity flows to and through his civic life as well. He is the founder of the Foundation for a College Education of East Palo Alto, California, an agency responsible for the collegiate admission and graduation of hundreds of students. Accolades for his work include The 100 Black Men of the Bay Area Community Service Award in 2015 and The Eugene T. Carothers Human Relations Award in 2003. Glenn is also member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. He currently resides in San Francisco, California.
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EXCLUSIVE Action Guide provided with all Conference Room or Unlimited webinar purchases. These Action Guides allow for a facilitated group discussion after the webinar has ended so that the learning can be immediately applied on the job.
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