About the Session
Nicole Sanchez, the founder and CEO of Vaya Consulting makes a statement in the Greater Good Magazine, Greater Good Science Center at Berkeley university "what makes race dialogues potentially traumatic is the reality of what we have inherited from this country's roots in genocide, chattel slavery, and stolen land…our experiences have direct, modern relationships to that history and continue to be enacted in brutal ways."
Recognising that the continued existence of racial inequalities exist at each level of society, even at this day and age, is one step towards removing limitations for minority ethnic individuals and enhances the full potential of a unit as a whole. Welcome to this fireside chat with two unique individuals and coaches to an in-depth conversation on race and racial discrimination at work and how we as coaches can commit to supporting racial inclusion at workplace, zero tolerance of harassment and bullying and take action that support Asian, Black, Mixed Race and other ethnically diverse employees to combat assault, aggression, and invalidation in both micro and macro forms.
Contributed to the DEI Conference by:
EMCC Ambassador for Beijing, China
This webinar is part of the 2023 EMCC DEI Conference: Being, Belonging & Becoming.
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