Learn how unreasoned inclinations or prejudices affects racial understanding and race relations.
Within this guide for women of color to manage microaggressions, racialized trauma, and invisible workplace burdens, Minda Harts includes actionable steps for leaders and managers to join in the fight.
The Center for Creative Leadership shares tips on leading effectively in a world of globalization, remote work, renewed focus on social justice and an increasingly more diverse workforce.
Carol Anderson “pulls back the veil that has long covered actions made in the name of protecting democracy, fiscal responsibility, or protection against fraud, rendering visible the long lineage of white rage.”
Rework Work CEO Stacey Gordon shares how to identify bias and utilize proven tools for ensuring equity in organizations.
With an introduction by Huffington Post and Thrive Global Founder Arianna Huffington, Inclusion Strategist Vernā Myer demonstrates how to counter bias and create inclusive environments.
Leadership Solutions Partner Noleter Miller with the Center for Creative Leadership uncovers the relationship between various aspects of identity and unintended bias.
In this TED Talk, Inclusion Strategist Vernā Myer encourages viewers to recognize their subconscious attitudes toward out-groups and move toward rather than away from the groups that make you uncomfortable.
Diversity Expert Stacey Gordon shares the most common forms of unconscious bias and the skills to effectively address them.
Dr. Tana M. Session walks viewers through defining several unconscious biases and understanding how those biases can impact decision-making.
Consciously Unbiased interviews “impact makers and bias breakers” in this podcast aimed at asking better questions, listening courageously to the answers, and sharing stories of true belonging.
This podcast is a collection of conversations challenging listeners to think differently about organizational culture and racial diversity in a fresh and nuanced way.
Everyday women of color share their stories on leaning into a workforce that is not always invested in their success.
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