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In the final post of our series on building an anti-racist workplace, we discuss the importance of intentional leadership and cross-organizational commitment to root out harassment and discrimination in the workplace.
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Leaders need to communicate effectively and transparently in order to build an anti-racist workplace culture.
Despite high levels of awareness, companies continue to report that they do not feel their DEI training efforts are achieving the desired outcomes.
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Leaders need to listen aggressively and partake in a thoughtful dilogue to decide which changes should be made to build an anti-racist workplace culture.
Does unconscious bias training work? Yes, but only if it is part of ongoing, strategic initiatives to reduce unconscious bias in the workplace.