A global pandemic has created a tremendous amount of uncertainty but also an opportunity for organizations to show commitment to their staff and community. In uncertain times, how can organizations still create inclusive work environments that are remote? How can organizations avoid abandoning a commitment to equity in this environment? And what should organizations be cognizant of right now as it relates to self-care?
Our Beyond Diversity Strategies team discusses why it is the right time for organizations to redouble their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) work. Raben Principals Kerryn Agyekum, who has 20 years of experience as a diversity & inclusion, communications, and HR practitioner, and Patty First, an executive and life coach who uses her coaching to help clients become their best selves by showing up fully in their work and their lives, led the conversation.
And to help you get started, HERE are thoughts from some of our top experts on five things you can do now to prepare for the months to come. Our team has experience working with clients on strategic and crisis planning, stress management, and diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ), and knows what works well in a crisis and how to tailor it to a client’s unique situation and needs.
You can find the slides referenced in this video HERE.