Power to the people - On corporate diversity, racial reckoning and transforming the workplace
The role of the Chief Diversity Officer has existed in corporations for more than a decade, yet many companies with CDOs are facing an internal racial reckoning as employees come forward with accounts of racism at work. How could this be? Are CDOs ineffective, outdated solutions for racism at work?
Executive coach, activist and technologist, Atima Lui, will discuss how the issues of tokenization, white fragility and resource inequality show up at the highest levels of corporate leadership and impact a CDOs effectiveness. Whether you're a diversity professional who wants to learn how to reclaim your power to heal and transform the workplace, or an ally who wants to support the diversity professionals in your organization, join us for this insightful and important discussion.
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