Facilitating Hard Conversations at Work: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Inequity.

We must acknowledge what is happening outside of our organizations, in order to accommodate those inside. Description. This is a free webinar included in the “Learning to Lead Through a Lens of Equity” series, which is focused on making equity-based…

Facilitating Hard Conversations at Work: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Inequity.

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We must acknowledge what is happening outside of our organizations, in order to accommodate those inside.

Description.
This is a free webinar included in the “Learning to Lead Through a Lens of Equity” series, which is focused on making equity-based leadership skill development available by connecting experts with a growth-willing audience. Previous webinar recordings can be accessed here.

Most people are willing and wanting to have hard conversations at work, but are often blocked by either not having the support they need or being unsure about the best route to those convos. One thing I believe is certain, however, is that we cannot avoid those conversations if we prioritize the people/talent that make our organizations great.

In this conversation Dr. Mica McGriggs demonstrates skills for facilitating hard conversations at work – about Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Inequity. Using specific examples, she will provide you with a path to give you the confidence to lead those conversations in groups or 1:1 settings – but be able to do so in a manner that ensures engagement and respect.

Meet Our Speaker.
Dr. Mica McGriggs earned a Ph.D. in counseling psychology at BYU, then went on to complete a clinical residency in Health Service Psychology at the University of Washington, where the focus of her training was on critical consciousness and minority mental health.

Following the completion of her Ph.D. Mica won a post-doctoral fellowship at Columbia University where her area of research and practice focused on the somatic embodiment of racial trauma. She continues to teach, consult, and write about issues of mental health equity and racial equity. She has consulted with executives, police depts, universities, and non-profits on issues of equity and inclusion in the workplace.

Her writing has been featured in NPR, Teen Vogue, CNN among other reputable outlets. Mica currently works full time at Ethical Culture Fieldston School in the dept of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.

Connect with Kaneischa Johnson:
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