Three Tactics to Inspire Senior Leaders to Be More Involved in DEI Efforts

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We are in a pivotal time in history. In the middle of a pandemic, millions of Americans watched George Floyd being mercilessly killed on television. This incident was followed by protests and, eventually, the rise of the Anti-Racism movement. With the “race stigma” now eliminated, many organizations want to step up their DEI approaches. They want to move beyond episodic DEI events, and business resource groups, to efforts initiated and led by senior leaders. So, how can you get senior leaders more involved in your organization’s DEI efforts? In this session you will learn how to:
 
  • Apply three simple tactics to inspire senior leaders to participate in and lead DEI efforts
  • Move beyond episodic DEI to cultural DEI
  • Respond to dissenting opinions in senior leadership
  • Gain confidence with asking senior leaders to be more involved
  • Articulate a clear, concise and engaging business case for change
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September 2020
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As a global culture leader, DEI design thinking facilitator, credentialed coach, speaker and author, LaTonya Wilkins inspires meaningful awareness and change in people and organizations. LaTonya works with a wide range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, higher education entities, technology and consulting firms, and executive leadership teams. LaTonya’s coaching clients include teams, C-Suite executives, underrepresented groups, and ambitious leaders. LaTonya leads with a vision, which is that people connect better across differences, and that workplaces become more equitable and psychologically safe. Her book, Leading Below the Surface: Building Real Relationships with People That Are Different from You for a Better Workplace, Community and Life, is expected to be available in Spring of 2021.