We are all leaders—whether or not we have a designation of authority.
As leaders…we each have the power to be a voice of change. As we deepen our understanding of the systems and structures in which we operate, we can leverage our influence to root out and eradicate injustice.
As leaders…we impact a broad network of stakeholders, internally and externally, and we can strive to bring an anti-racist and social justice perspective to all those we serve.
As leaders…we acknowledge our organizations may not be reflective of the world around us, that the higher you look, the more this may be true, and we have an obligation to develop talent at all levels of the enterprise, particularly amongst those who are traditionally underrepresented.
As leaders…we recognize the journey starts with us and our willingness to do the difficult work of interrogating our individual and organizational realities, so we might dismantle the systems and structures that perpetuate the status quo.
This highly interactive program is designed to support leaders, teams, and individual contributors, at all levels of the organization, who are committed to social justice and equity, and are willing to do the hard work of striving to become anti-racist and anti-oppressive.
We employ a variety of learning methodologies designed to engage individuals with diverse learning styles: direct instruction, large and small group discussions, experiential activities, case studies, peer-to-peer learning, readings, podcasts, and role play.
Throughout the program, we provide opportunities for participants to integrate the learning into their own workspaces, incorporating tools, techniques, and personal insights on a daily basis.
Data regarding the impact of this program will be collected at various points before, during, and after engagement to (a) drive a process of continual improvement and (b) support research into the efficacy of diversity, equity, and inclusion programs and the sustainability of the change process.