While you may realize bias exists in the workplace, do you know how to see it, call it, and challenge it?
Despite a focus on diversity and inclusion training, organizations are still struggling to create work environments where differences are truly valued, normalized, and even leveraged to gain a competitive advantage. What will it take to truly move the needle?
In this recording hosted by Trudy Bourgeois, you will gain the foundation needed to:
- Move beyond superficial, politically correct “check-the-box” exercises
- Dig deeper into the intersectionality of bias, race, and gender
- Engage in courageous conversations that will allow you to touch on the truth
- Develop daily practices that enable you to interact differently with bias
When our hearts and minds are open, we can not only achieve a breakthrough—we can transform the workplace.
With more than 35 years of experience performing and transforming companies into high-performance organizations, Trudy was one of the first African American women rise to the level of VP in the consumer goods industry.
A renowned and respected authority on leadership development, change management and diversity, Trudy is a bestselling author of four leadership books, and a speaker and trusted advisor to C-suite executives. A featured blogger for The Huffington Post, Trudy has earned a reputation as a respected truth-teller who combines candor with humor to foster courageous conversations necessary for change to take place.