Hear from leadership strategist and political commentator, Kwame Jackson, as he discusses his journey towards inclusion in the workplace.
Bias and difference are tricky subjects. People often want to downplay and sugarcoat difference–or avoid acknowledging it at all. To complicate matters, bias can be linked to prejudice, discrimination, hatred, and even acts of violence.
Yet, we all have personal stories that prove that when we acknowledge and honor difference appropriately, it can be a window into how we include and exclude others. And, it can help us become more aware and adept at leading across and through difference.
Join Kwame Jackson for an important conversation about mitigating bias and moving toward true inclusion in the workplace.
This free leadership webinar is presented by Linkage’s Global Institute for Leadership Development (GILD).
With this recording, you will:
- Hear Kwame’s personal journey in corporate America and beyond, including insight into his global cultural immersion research, which has taken him to nearly 60 countries
- Illustrate how a truly inclusive leader honors uniqueness and ensures a sense of belonging while maintaining the organization’s culture
Download this recording and join Kwame Jackson for an important conversation about mitigating bias and moving toward true inclusion in the workplace.
Entrepreneur & Political Commentator
Kwame Jackson is a noted leadership strategist, global contributor for Newsweek, and a frequent political commentator for CNN, MSNBC, FOX, and NewsOne. Best known for his inspiring leadership performance as the Runner-Up on Season 1 of NBC’s Apprentice, Kwame combines his Harvard Business School, Goldman Sachs, and Procter & Gamble corporate pedigree with thoughtful civic engagement, and an affable nature that allows him to touch audiences as a sought-after professional speaker and U.S. Department of Commerce National Entrepreneur Awardee.