How to implement your first DEI strategy promoting Gender & Disability Equality and Racial & Ethnic Equity
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First steps to addressing Racial and Ethnic Equity

Anthony Peterson Diversity/Inclusion, Ethics, Religion Coach, Consultant at people3, Inc

Gain understanding on approaching systemic racism or ethnic discrimination and promoting Racial Equity in your organization.

After George Floyd’s murder, many organizations started paying more attention to racial discrimination and how Racial Equity can be achieved in the workplace. In light of this frequent discussion, racism as a prevalent topic requires immediate action. Racism & Ethnic Discrimination issues even affect countries with low ethnic or racial diversity. People of color find it more challenging to acquire a job in mono-ethnic states, rather than in countries with higher levels of racial diversity. This demonstrates how ethnic minority representatives are negatively affected by social bias.

This webinar will give you a comprehensive understanding of:

  • Root causes of racism and ethnic discrimination in the workplace
    You will learn how to ensure every employee’s safety, wellbeing, and retention are well integrated and how to avoid racism and ethnic discrimination in various workplaces.

  • Proper tools to start an open conversation about racial equity
    You will learn how to establish a shared vocabulary. Creating a common lexicon around race in your organization is the first way to establish racial and ethnic equity. You will also learn how to select leaders who believe in prioritizing racial and ethic equity and can communicate policies and values from the top down. With exemplary leadership, the speed and depth of racial equity implementation can be highly effective.

  • Necessary steps to promoting Racial & Ethnic Equity in your organization
    You will learn how to integrate racial equity as a strategic imperative for your organization. Define and communicate how race equity matters to your company’s mission, vision, organizational values, and overall strategies. As part of this strategic initiative, organizations can use a combination of training, coaching, listening to communities and stakeholders, and planning.

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