Webinar: How to Build a Culture of Accountability and Advance Racial Equity – Apr 4
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) on March 14, 2023
One act of racial harm could have ripple effects across an entire organization. A single microaggression compounded with other acts of interpersonal racism and institutional policies that perpetuate unequal access to opportunities for staff of color can have sweeping consequences. Sending an email apology is like applying a Band-Aid to a systemic issue. And while organizations may opt to leave the role of accountability to their HR departments, cultivating a culture in which everyone practices a commitment to anti-racist community care and responsibility requires much more than compliance to labor policies and practices.
This 90-minute LIVE program will:
- Explore three forms of accountability essential to activating organizational change
- Outline seven practices for building a culture of accountability
- Highlight four core competencies of accountable leadership that are essential to advancing racial equity
- Illuminate case studies to understand how conflict avoidant culture leads to a toxic workplace and how to combat that dynamic
Date and Time: Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 2:00-3:30 PM
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