In the past few months, there have been strong calls for organizations to join the movement in the fight against racial injustice, and many have started to answer this call. Although many see the value in addressing race and racism in organizations, it can be difficult to have conversations about these topics in the workplace.

Related Reading

Enrica N. Ruggs and Derek R. Avery, “;Organizations Cannot Afford to Stay Silent on Racial Injustice,”; MIT Sloan Management Review, June 10, 2020.

Please join diversity and inclusion experts Enrica N. Ruggs and Derek R. Avery as they discuss the importance of explicitly talking about race in the workplace and provide advice on how to begin productive conversations. They will discuss factors to consider when planning these conversations, such as audience, timing, and purpose, as well as how to structure, facilitate, and navigate a conversation about race. They will provide tips on how to have brave conversations that address tense aspects of race as a way to build competency around what inclusion really looks like in organizations.

In this webinar, you will gain:

A better understanding of how to plan conversations around race.
A guide to structure and frame initial conversations about race at work.
Tools to use to ensure that race conversations are successful.

Read more: sloanreview.mit.edu