Why is it so difficult to talk about race? How did we get to the point of such polarized perspectives? What is truly at the root of the biases and stereotypes that derail explorations and discussion? And how can we develop understanding to help us move forward together?


Join us for some real talk with Susan O’Halloran, Executive Consultant and Master Facilitator, and Reginald Ponder, Executive Marketing Lead of The Kaleidoscope Group, as together we explore Understanding Anti-Racism, Its Impacts, and Ways Forward. This is a free, one-hour live webcast on October 21st at 11:00 am Central.

 

This webcast is designed to help us explore characteristics of successful Anti-Racism programs designed to elevate individuals, teams, and organizations. Our inability to talk about race adversely impacts our overall effectiveness and efficiency. Understanding how the past affects the present can be a first step in knowing and even unlearning that which has kept us in polarized positions.


Even if you can't make the live event, please register and we'll send you the recording!

 

What you can expect to take away from this webcast:

  • An increased understanding of the value of talking about race.
  • A clearer understanding of the difficulties and value of tackling racism.
  • Strategies to make race dialogues more productive.
  • Resources to help facilitate and nurture a DEI journey that involves becoming anti-racist.

 

Register now for Understanding Anti-Racism, Its Impacts, and Ways Forward. This is a free, one-hour, live webcast on October 21st at 11:00 am Central. This is an opportunity for all individuals to reevaluate their approach or non-approach to the issue of race and exponentially improve their DEI efforts.

You will receive 1 SHRM PDC credit for attending this webinar.
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We consider these webcasts an opportunity to have real conversations and truly believe the interaction and learning will not be as rich without your perspective. Please join us to add your voice and advance the conversation.

We Are Truly Better Together.